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J. Y. JOYNER LIBRARY 

EAST CAROLINA UNIVERSITY 

GREENVILLE, N.C. 



1974 



THE 
NEWS AND OBSERVER 
INDEX 



April, 1967 - 1969 



J. Y. JOYNER LIBRARY 

EAST CAROLINA UNIVERSITY 

GREENVILLE, N. C. 

1974 



The Reference Staff of J. Y. Joyner Library began this index to 
the .Raleigh News and Observer as a research aid for the East Carolina 
University community. Coverage is generally limited to North Carolina 
news, but national subjects are included when they relate to the state. 
Stories are generally entered by subject rather than place. TO INSURE 
LOCATING ALL STORIES ON A SUBJECT, THE USER SHOULD CHECK EVERY POSSIBLE 
SUBJECT HEADING. 

Initially the Index was highly selective with emphasis on biography, 
education, politics and government, and controversial issues. Coverage 
has become progressively comprehensive so that currently most subjects 
except social news and athletics are covered. 

In 1973, the Index was revised using, where applicable, the subject 
headings in The New York Times Thesaurus . Until this revision, biograph- 
ical material was entered under the heading BIOGRAPHY or an individual's 
name; now all biographical entries are under PEOPLE. 

Until 1971, the edition of the News and Observer on microfilm was 
often a later edition than the one available for indexing. For the 
years 1967-1970, if a story does not appear on the page given in the 
Index , the user is advised to scan the entire issue and the following 
issue or issues. Occasionally a story is dropped and does not appear in 
the microfilmed edition. 



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ABBREVIATIONS 



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ASSOC 

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COMM 

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CPA 

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DEPT 

ECC 

ECU 

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IEC 

Ja 

Je 

Jl 

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Mr 

My 

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NAACP 

NC 

NCEA 

NCSEA 

NCTA 

NEA 



OEO 

PACE 

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TECH 

UNC 

UNC-C 

UNC-CH 

UNC-G 

UNIV 



Alcoholic Control Board 

August 

April 

Association 

Board 

Commission 

County 

Certified Public Accountant 

December 

Department 

East Carolina College 

East Carolina University 

editorial 

February 

Industrial Education Center 

January 

June 

July 

Learning Institute of NC 

March 

May 

November 

News and Observer 

National Association for the Advancement of 

Colored People 
North Carolina 

North Carolina Education Association 
North Carolina State Education Association 
North Carolina Teachers' Association 
National Education Association 
October 

Office of Economic Opportunity 

Plan Assuring College Education in North Carolina 
September 
Technical: used only as part of name 

of school: PITT TECH 
University of North Carolina (whole system) 
University of North Carolina at Charlotte 
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill 
University of North Carolina at Greensboro 
University 






1967 






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NEWS AND OBSERVER INDEX 

ABC 

see also 
BROWN BAGGING; LIQUOR BY THE DRINK; LIQUOR LAWS AND LEGISLATION 

Officers round up 54 My 23-22; Half-pint bill laid to rest My 24-6; 
Watauga still destroyed Jl 18-5; Columbus and Montgomery defeat establishment 
ABC stores Jl 19-1; Approves appropriation extension program, Hertford Co. 
Jl 22-13; Raids near Franklin Co. line Ag 8-24; 

Profits distributed quarterly Ag 9-21; Raid in Old Field township Ag 12-5; 
Raid in Johnson Co. Ag 13-2; Coats 3rd town in Harnett to legalize whiskey 
Ag 27-1; Chief has vastly different job since '65 (dome) S 5-5; Display of 
bottles illegal 10-24; Investigation re-opened into Orange system 17-3; 

Whiteville, Lake Waccamaw and Fair Bluff vote for stores 25-1; 
Chadbourn votes 'wet' N 15-1; Beer bootlegging problem feared in state N 21-1; 
Pollock, George A., Jr., appointed Chadbourn head N 24-9; Coats head asked to 
resign D 6-30; Fair Bluff's mayor wouldn't sign lease D 22-6; Board may be 
watching you D 24-11; 
ABORTION 

Doctor says abortion bill would be license to kill Ap 21-8; Where will 
they turn (ed) Ap 24-4; Bethel backs abortion bill Ap 26-6; Abortion bill 
clears hurdle Ap 28-9; Abortion bill comes before house today My 4-6; Abortion 
bill OK'd My 6-1; No increase noted in number of hospital abortions 1-5; 
ADMINISTRATION, DEPT OF 

Corpening, Wayne named director S 17-1; 
ADOPTION 

Adoption measures introduced My 5-8; Few 'single-parent' adoptions in NC 
Jl 16-111,7; 
ADVANCEMENT SCHOOL 

Wreckage at hand (ed.) Ap 20-4; Advancement school Ap 23-111,5; Advance- 
ment school under board sought My 3-10; Advancement faculty issues appeal My 5-42; 
Advancement school (ed.) My 7-111,5; Advancement school (letter to ed.) My 14-111,4; 
Governors appointed Jl 7-38; Role told in rumors at school Jl 12-1; 

On controversy (ed.) Jl 14-4; School destroyed? (ed.) Reprint from 
Winston-Salem Jl 16-111,5; Denial given to reports on school Ag 15-24; Bridgman, 
John N., Jr., named director S 3-1; Director nomination approved S 8-3; Audit 
bares irregularities S 16-1; Nielson seeking audit of school funds S 17-6; 

Idea at stake (ed.) S 18-4; Audit (dome) S 26-7; Bridges says audit 
objective S 26-15; LINC can share data 6-1; No verdict yet in school matter 
6-1; Incomplete study and audit (ed.) 8-111,4; LINC satisfied with answers 
given to audit 10-1; Unnecessary row (ed.) 11-4; 

Van Metre quits NC school job N 3-1; To open in January D 10-6; 
ADVISORY COMM ON LOW INCOME HOUSING 

Conference on housing set My 17-26; 
ADVISORY COMM TO U. S. COMM ON CIVIL RIGHTS 

Three named to committee Jl 23-9; 
AEROTRON 

Leaders win proxy fight 27-1; 
AGRICULTURE 

Poultry brings new farming era to East Ap 17-17; Pesticide use increasing 
in N. C. Ap 28-11; Berry that grew wild now major fruit crop My 1-21; Outlook 
seen good for cucumber yield My 2-5; Peanut growers to vote My 4-11; Leaf loan 
stocks down My 5-13; Graham, others oppose tobacco inspection fee My 9-5; 



AGRICULTURE (Cont.) 

'Shirtsleeve' farm meetings set at Greenville and Winston-Salem My 10-14; 
Don't be too quick to plow up cotton My 11-20; Unrest challenges 'cheap food' 
policy My 12-16; Freeman in dilemma on peanuts My 16-7; Shaw renamed president 
of Turkey Federation My 17-9; Lint quality committee My 18-23; 

Graham, James A., Comm. of Agriculture speaks My 22-17; McNair empire 
gets biggest checks in NC Jl 30-111,1; New groups NC Assoc, of Farmer elected 
committeemen Ag 4-17; Governor fills posts on state board Ag 12-13; Six 
extension agents honored 2-17; 
AIR POLLUTION 
see also 
WATER AND AIR RESOURCES; WATER POLLUTION 

Triangle gets anti-pollution unit Ap 13-1; State responsibility (ed.) Ap 14- 
4; Air pollution center, law clash (ed.) Ap 18-4; Anti-pollution bill drawing 
opposition Ap 19-8; Controls with teeth (ed.) Ap 21-4; Oil industry battles air 
pollution Ap 23-13; Anti-pollution plan assailed Ap 27-1; 

Not quite stifled (ed) Ap 28-4; Pollution battle (ed) My 7-111,5; Teeth 
added to pollution bill My 10-8; Improved bill (ed) My 11-4; Pollution experts 
coming My 14-4; Grants (dome) My 15-1; New program (dome) Jl 24-1; Guilford 
Co. air called purest Ag 4-3; Guilford program state pace-setter S 17-9; Fund 
delay stalls pollution agency N 7-26; 
AIRPLANES 

Crash near Asheville kills 82 Jl 20-1; Safety in the air D 10-111,1; 
AIRPORTS 

Voters must approve public airport funds: NC Supreme Court rules Jl 25-1; 
Better air service faces problem N 26-1; 
ALBEMARLE ALCOHOLISM CENTER 

Opens in Elizabeth City Jl 13-5; 
ALCOHOLIC CONTROL BOARD 
see 
ABC 
ALCOHOLIC REHABILITATION CENTERS 
see also 
ALBEMARLE ALCOHOLISM CENTER 

Discussion on center My 17-3; 
AMBULANCE SERVICE 

Ambulance bill gets tentative okay Ap 19-8; Ambulance bill gets past 
house Ap 21-8; Ambulance measure advances My 3-10; Ambulance bill near journey's 
end My 5-10; Ambulance service—counties can assure My 6-5; Rules set by board 
13-1; 
AMERICAN BUSINESS WOMEN'S ASSOC 

Add new chapter D 15-23; 
AMERICAN LEGION 

State commander, Tart, Robert A. installed Jl 24-22; 
AMERICAN VICTORY COMM 

Parade group fading Je 25-15; 
AMERICANS FOR CONSTITUTIONAL ACTION 

Conservatives rate Tar Heel delegation voting record S 7-3; 
ANSON CO 

County wracked by racial tension Jl 16-111,1; 



ANT I -POVERTY PROGRAMS 
see also 
POVERTY 

No violation of statutes reported in Durham probe Je 23-3; Chief (T. A. 
Price, Jr.) takes parents off welfare S 3-7; NC row (political activity) 
typifies capital controversy 6-6; New group holds first meeting (Raleigh) 
22-23; Jonas pulls surprise, helps pass measure N 17-24; 
APPALACHIAN STATE UNIV 

Quinn, Rep. Dwight and Dr. Hugh Daniel appointed to bd. of trustees Ag 19-3; 
APPOINTMENTS 

Moore names two to ports authority - other appointments S 23-22; Announced: 
Board of Health, Aviation advisory committee, and trustees for Onslow Tech N 9-33; 
Moore names four to boards N 25-24; 
ARSON 

Suspected at Murfreesboro N 3-1; Seven fires charged; hospital stay 
ordered N 21-1; 
ART SOCIETY 

Bahnson, Mrs. Agnew H. J. elected head N 30-22; 
ARTS 

Cultural resources submerged Je 25-111,1; 
ARTS COUNCIL 

Arts council becomes law Ap 8-5; Gets grant - $39,380 Jl 1-8; Ragan, Sam 
to head council N 29-28; 
ASSESSMENT BD 

Alexander, Thomas W. and Robert F. Morgan appointed Ag 23-28; 
ASSOC OF EASTERN NC COLLEGES 

Dr. Collins to head My 10-32; 
ATLANTIC STATES MARINES FISHERIES COMM 

Tar Heel (Adams, Dr. David) heads group 19-30; 
AWARDS 

see also 
names of awards 

Mother of the Year named: Mrs. Lester Simpson Ap 12-14; Four tar heels 
to get N. C. awards Ap 23-15; Awards (dome) My 13-3; Tar heels to get awards My 
14-1,10; Top NC awards to be given My 16-24; Five receive NC awards My 17-1; 
Terry Sanford award won: Andrews, Mrs. Grace Hager Je 1-3; 

Williams, Dr. Ralph Lewis named veteran of the year Je 23-3; Linker, 
William Murray, Jr. receives public health award 6-42; 4 home economics 
agents to receive service awards 24-13; Pender men recipients of Carnegie 
Hero awards N 2-3; Newsman, mental health leader honored N 3-30; 

Sen. White, columnist get awards N 15-28; Eastern development awards 
presented N 17-33; N and O's Bill Humphries wins highest award N 27-1; Paul 
Green gets Morrison award N 29-1; Presented to 3 for historic preservation 
D 1-1; John Ehle and Joel Colton win top literary awards D 2-1; Albemarle 
awards presented D 2-3; Prizes given for poetry, literature D 2-21; 

Blackstock gets Oscar Arnold Young Memorial Award D 3-25; Composer at 
UNC-G (Dr. Arthur Hunkins) wins award D 23-1; 
AZALEA FESTIVAL 

Patterson, Melody, queen Ap 9-1; 
BANKS AND BANKING 

Discontent (dome) Ap 20-1; Proposed banking changes opposed Ap 27-20; 



BANKS AND BANKING (Cont.) 

Coggins raps bank bill My 4-7; Limitations on bank penalty My 18-10; 
Mergers proposed My 18-39; Shrunken banking bill advances Je 1-3; Usury law 
violation brings big penalty Je 1-1; Coggins' resolution killed on study of 
banking laws Je 7-8; State banks record $288 million increase Ag 2-19; 

Governor fills State Banking Comm. posts Ag 11-1; Stocks mostly unchanged 
among banking comm. (dome) Ag 13-1; Usury case ends in Duplin Co. Ag 27-15; 
Harrellsville bank fraud charged S 16-1; Interest rate up S 28-3; NC banks 
raise their prime rate N 22-1; 
BAPTISTS 

Choose leaders N 15-1; Trustee 'faith and confidence' resolution defeated 
N 16-10; Trustees selected N 16-10; 
BATH 

Art of weaving revived Ap 9-19; 
BEACHES 

Projects meeting engineers' expectations D 12-6; 
BELMONT ABBEY COLLEGE 

Rev. Cleary is named to college post Ap 30-11,11; 
BENSON 

Petition asks end to town manager: Don Archer Ag 7-22; 10,000 celebrate 
mule day S 23-3; 
BIOGRAPHY 

Allen, Thomas W. , honored "North Carolina's farm statesman" Jl 3-16; 

Andrews, Mrs. Grace Hager, wins Terry Sanford award Je 1-3; 

Arey, Will, Tar Heel named to travel post D 24-3; 

Bates, Charles D. , education for a trade D 3-111,2; 

Baum, Walter and Carolista, coastal couple fashions jewelry Ag 6-14; 

Beal, Fred E., Gastonia strike Ag 27-111,1; 

Beard, R. Barry, tar heel of the week, Lee manufacturer Jl 30-111,2; 

Bernard, Dr. Eugene, NC State U. drops professor My 18-1; 

Beverage, L. P., electricity for farm Ap 9-111,3; 

Blackstock, Walter, gets award D 3-25; 

Blythe, Chief Jarret B., retiring chief of Cherokee 4-3; 

Boyce, Maj. David G., NC chaplain wears a beret Ag 6-5; 

Boyette, Dr. Edward L., day with a country doctor Je 25-111,2; 

Bradshaw, Charles W., appointed executive vice president of MacGregor 
Downs Jl 6-35; 

Broughton, Mel, entry sets up battle of governors' sons D 5-1; 

Bridgers, Ann Preston, tar heel playwright dies My 4-9; 

Bridgman, John N., Jr., named director of NC advancement school S 3-1; 

Britt, David, in line for judicial post Jl 6-1; 

Brown, Dr. Ray E., named vice president of Harvard affiliated Hospital 
center Jl 14-3; 

Burch, James S., Jr., planning engineer Je 4-111,2; 

Burchett, Lloyd M., trooper commended for bravery 8-21; 

Burden, E. W. , NCSEA spokesman N 5-111,2; 

Burden, Rep. Emmet, appointed to head state employees association 12-1; 

Burgwyn, Judge W. H. S., senior superior court judge in age, service D 17- 
HI, 9; 

Burney, John Jr., made legislative headlines Jl 9-8; 

Byerly, S. Ray, dies N 6-1; 

Caldwell, Dr. John T., elected president of Southern Assoc, of State Univ. 
and Land Grant colleges 4-11; 



BIOGRAPHY (Cont.) 

Cannon, Charles, honored My 22-6; 

Carroll, L. Gilbert, schools head My 28-111,2; 

Casso, Peter, his celebrated Raleigh tavern Je 18-111,2; 

Cates, Norma, heads club women S 10-111,2; 

Cheek, Dr. James E., a place for the Negro School (ed.) My 15-4; 

Clark, Col. Mildred, wins top medal D 31-111,2; 

Cleary, The Very Rev. Jude, Rev. Cleary is named to college post Ap 30-11,11; 

Clement, Charles E., gets law, order post D 6-30; 

Cole, Samuel J., named supt. of State school for blind, deaf Ag 27-1; 

Collins, Dr. Thomas A., Dr. Collins to head college assoc. My 10-32; 

Corbitt, David L., archivist - historian succumbs 13-12; 

Corpening, Wayne, named to Rankin's post S 17-1; 

Danielson, Dr. Wayne A., UNC-CH dean will lead news unit S 10-7; 

Davis, Mrs. Margie P., Garner teacher gains national distributive 

education office N 2-36; 
Dawson, Dr. A. C, Jr., Dr. Dawson re-elected My 16-23; 
Dawson, Dr. Raymond H., gets Danforth award 26-3; 

Dearborn, Dr. Donald, president of Catawba dies at football game N 12-1; 
Denton, David M. , named supt. of Maryland School for the Deaf Jl 4-7; 
Dunn, Tom, prison chaplain wants to relieve pain 8-21; 
Dye, Dr. Arthur M. , blind man gains profession, family S 10-111,14; 
Elliott, Joe A., to take top editorial job, Progressive Farmer Jl 31-17; 
Ellis, Dr. Don E., elected vice president of American Phytopathological 

Soc. Ag 27-17; 
Esser, George, survival of America required cities to return to democracy 

15-111,5; 
Essie, Francis, Civitan president 15-111,2; 
Everett, Frank, makes GOP stand official Jl 26-6; 
Finch, Melvin L., Sr., named to News and Observer post: assist, sec. and 

treas. Ap 1-21; 
Foil, Ed, extension service promotes state agent N 12-13; 
Forrest, R. H. , principal elevated in Wake Je 6-3; 
Fortune, Dr. Porter L., Jr., gets Mississippi post: Chancellor of Univ. 

S 3-7; 
Fountain, L. H., named as delegate to assembly of U. N. S 13-1; 
Frazier, Clifford, Sr., former Republican nominee for Gov. dies Ag 14-3; 
Friday, William, UNC prexy gets AAU position 26-27; 
Fuller, Clint, Franklin newsman S 17-111,3; 
Fussell, Aaron E., My 9-22; 

Galif ianakis, Nick, Gardner, Galifianakis acting like foes My 7-1,6; 
Gardner, James, Gardner, Galifianakis acting like foes My 7-1,6; 
Gamier, Joe, Pinehurst shop operated by retired stock broker D 31-111,8; 
Gibson, William H., appointed probation director Ag 2-1; Probation 

director Ag 27-111,2; Sworn in state probation director (dome) Ag 16-5; 
Giles, Robert, commerce counsel resigning Je 26-3; 
Gilmore, Voit, to seek 8th district seat Jl 9-1; 
Godwin, A. Pilston, named judge 8-1; 
Golden, Harry, drops SNCC Ag 22-1; 

Graham, Dr. Frank, to retire from U. N. post (dome) 12-1; 
Gray, R. A., heads Harnett schools N 26-111,2; 
Green, Paul, dramatist to head memorial fund drive N 13-19; Gets 

Morrison award N 29-1; 



BIOGRAPHY (Cont.) 

Grizzard, George, NC bred Je 5-10; 

Hairston, William, Goldsboro native turns writer 15-111,7; 

Hall, Jane, wins 1st place award in nationwide business writing contest 

S 5-1; 
Handler, Philip, Duke biochemist S 3-111,2; 

Haskins, Albert L„, Jr., institute honors Raleigh architect Ap 23-11,9; 
Heath, Milton S e , Jr., named associate director of Institute of Govt. 

at UNC N 23-45; 
Heilman, E. Bruce, heads Meredith D 24-111,2; 

Henderson, David N., Congressman approves some federal programs Jl 24-3; 
Hill, Watts, Jr., defends NC fund, blasts Jim Gardner Jl 27-1; Text of 

letter to Sargent Shriver Jl 30-111,3; 
Hines, Stedman H., fined on income tax charges Je 1-31; 
Hodges, Mrs. Luther S 3-IV,l; 

Honeycutt, Alden, employment chief N 19-111,2; 
Howe, Kenneth E., educator accepts new duties ... My 11-6; 
Howland, Ralph L., named comm. of motor vehicles 11-1; 
Hunt, James, Jr., gets top YDC post 15-1; 
Hunt, Joe M. , gets award at Greensboro D 8-6; 
Ingram, W. E., W. E. Ingram: Elizabeth City mayor Ap 16-111,2; 
Inscoe, D. Staton, Raleigh postmaster honored Je 11-21; 
Jackson, Sammy, Henderson native stars in new film Jl 19-10; 
Jarvis, Thomas J., S 3-111,6; 

Jones, Bob, Arts Council head resigns to head Wilson foundation My 31-8; 
Jones, Dr. English, Pembroke chief Ag 20-111,2; 
Jones, H. G. 9 archivist D 10-111,2; 

Jones, Houston G., state's archivist given praise for role on report D 27-5; 
Jones, Walter, denies plan to switch to independent candidate status Jl 16-7 
Jones, Woodrow W., nominated federal district judge Je 28-1; 
Kafer, Alfred A., Tar Heel of the week Ap 30-111,2; 
Keller, Ken, leaf research head 1-111,2; 

Koomen, Dr. Jacob, given new term as State Health Director 13-46; 
Koontz, Elizabeth, due to lead NEA Jl 6-8; 
Lake, I. Beverly, blames U. S. Court Jl 9-13; Rules himself out of 

gubernatorial field 5-1; 
Lilley, Dan, Tar Heel of the week My 14-111,2; 

Linder, Dr. Forrest E., UNC professor gets public health award 27-6; 
Lineberger, James, Tar Heel playwright wins theater award 14-10; 
Linker, William Murray, Jr., receives Watson S. Rankin award 6-42; 
Lowery, Rhody, dark fame surrounded 'Queen' Ap 23-IV,l; 
Lucas, G. T., appointed a vice president of Wake Forest Jl 8-5; 
McAndrew, Dr. Gordon, may lose job offer S 19-1; Returned as LINC's 

director 3-1; Still in running for DC school position 4-3; 
McKinney, Horace, takes prison post Ap 2-1; 

MacNeill, Ben Dixon, newsman, publicist, author and 'character' Ag 13-111,2; 
McNeill, John Charles, poet lives in hearts of NC Jl 23-111,2; Poet's 

birthplace is dedicated D 11-7; 
Mallard, Raymond, Appeals judge: Tar heel of week Ag 13-111,2; 
Matthews, Walter J., death ended an era at NCSU S 3-4; 1st NCSU student 

dies age 97 Ag 30-6; 
Metre, T. J. Van, quits NC school job N 3-1; 



BIOGRAPHY (Cont.) 

Minah, Ted, Duke cafeteria chief feeds minds and stomach Jl 30-4; 

Monds, Mrs. Riley S., Mrs. R. S. Monds: NC PTA leader My 7-111,2; 

Moore, Carl D. , tells father's stories Je 25-111,6; 

Moore, G. Akers, triangle leader Je 25-111,2; 

Moores, Dick, (Gasoline alley creator) lives near Asheville Ag 20-7; 

Morgan, Donald Edward Sr., appointed coordinator of educational television 

in public schools, Virginia Beach, Va. Jl 1-20; 
Morris, Naomi, appointed judge Jl 16-111,2; 

Morse, Thomas W. , 1st supt. of Cape Lookout National Seashore Jl 30-1; 
Morton, James G., Morton quits job My 18-2; 
Murray, E. Lee, Wake treasurer under fire 6-1; 
Musselwhite, Ray, sculptor creates tangible beauty Ag 13-111,6; 
Nashold, Dr. Blaine S., scientist receives rare medal My 17-19; 
Neff, Dr. Monroe, appointed director in NY State Educ. Dept. My 25-42; 
Ostwalt, Dr. Jay H. , Dr. Oswalt named Dean My 17-9; 
Parker, Frank M. , Moore appoints to bench D 24-1; 
Parker, Miss Ida, TV teacher is signing off My 17-26; 
Patton, Dr. James W., to teach full time at Chapel Hill S 10-111, 4; 
Peeler, Egbert N., to retire at blind school Je 15-38; 
Perry, Gaylord, Pitcher of the Giants Ap 2-III, 2; 
Perry, Lindsey J., Elon's alumnus of the year Je 1-27; 
Pitman, W. Harvey, Harvey Pitman is retiring My 10-3; 
Pless, J. Will, "Courts protecting criminals" Ag 26-1; 
Poovie, Lou-Ann, torch singer N 5-111,12; 

Pope, John W., John W. Pops: successful retailer Ap 23-111,2; 
Powell, Miss Mabel, beloved college teacher retires Je 11-111,6; 
Pruett, C. Ray, Lions plan governor installation Ag 17-7; 
Ragsdale, Hugh, suffer attack Je 17-1; 
Rankin, Ed, have power, won't change (ed) 3-4; Resigning as director 

of administration to take position with NC Citizens assoc. S 15-1; 
Raper, Dr. James S., NC Health Bd. picks new leader 13-46; 
Rauch, Marshall, awe soon leaves freshmen solons Ap 2-4; 
Rausch, Joan Marie, one of 2 NC women mayors S 10-111,9; 
Reid, Dr. Paula, Western Carolina prexy will retire My 2-1; 
Revels, Hiram H., first negro U. S. Senator My 7-111,9; 
Robinson, Dr. H. F. (NC State U.), elected Pres. of Agronomic Science 

Foundation Jl 21-24; 
Robinson, Dr. Harold F., State dean gets post at Georgia D 1-1; 
Ross, Neill M. , indicted My 19-10; 

Rosser, Dr. Neill A., directs schools study 22-111,2; 
Sandburg, Carl, dies July 22 Jl 23-1; 
Sanford, Mrs. Terry 15-IV,1; 

Sanford, Terry, poverty war termed a failure by Sanford 16-1; 
Sauls, Ernest P., late blooming painter displays works Je 11-11,24; 
Scales, Dr. J. Ralph, incoming Wake Forest President outlines views 

My 22-3; Wake Forest prexy named Ap 2-4; 
Schuck, Charles, directs cerebral palsy and rehabilitation center of 

Wake Co. Jl 23-111,2; 
Sedelow, Dr. Walter A., Dean post announced at UNC My 17-7; 
Sexton, William C, named editor of World Book Science Service Ag 17-34; 
Sharp, Dr. Paul, Sharp's Drake dealings told Ap 26-1; 



BIOGRAPHY (Cont.) 

Shaw, Horace L., crime investigator D 17-111,2; 

Shuford, William, Hickory industrialist dies Ag 13-1; 

Simpson, Mrs. Lester, named NC mother of the year Ap 11-1; 

Small, Admr. W. L., big assignment Je 18-111,2; 

Smith, Fred A., named director of 4 county pre-vocational program Jl 20-32; 

Wake Co. school board re-elects superintendent Ap 11-1; 
Smith, Miss Clyde, checks out library D 29-22; 
Soles, Roger, insurance executive N 12-111,2; 
Spaulding, Oscar B., broke a pattern Jl 2-111,2; 
Steele, Max, to head creative writing dept. at UNC Ag 24-9; 
Steelman, Joe, wins R.D.W. Conner award D 2-21; 
Stephens, Dr. Stanley, geneticist Je 11-111,2; 
Stewart, Bruce, arts school dean resigns S 22-23; 

Stone, Clarence, road named for ex-president of state senate D 16-1; 
Stringfield, Lamar (ed.) N 2-4; Mars Hill to honor Raleigh prize winner 

29-4; 
Stroswider, Dr. C. F., Goldsboro physician honored by governor D 17-7; 
Suberman, Dr. Jack, Director of division of continuing education at NC 

State U. appointed dean of college of humanities at Florida Atlantic 

Ap 8-22; 
Sumner, Mark, outdoor drama leader 8-111,2; 
Symnes, Harrison M. , appointed ambassador to Jordan 19-3; NC diplomat 

now ambassador 8-11; Takes oath of office N 1-3; 
Taylor, Vernon E., REMCO head 29-111,2; 
Thompson, William S., Tar Heel negro nominated for capital council of 

post 1-6; 
Thorpe, Dr. Marion D., to become vice president of Central State Univ. 

at Xendia, Ohio Ag 31-40; 
Tribble, Harold W., Wake Forest grads will hear Tribble My 13-21; 
Tripp, Arthur, Pitt warehouseman Ag 6-111,2; 
Tucker, Glenn M. , Tar Heel of the week Jl 9-111,2; 

Turnage, Roy, asked by Republicans to resign Rowan Co. office Jl 22-3; 
Tussey, Glenn, change resisted in Italy N 5-3; 
Uzzell, George R., veteran Tar Heel legislator dies Ag 1-1; 
Vaughn, Earl W. , house speaker S 24-111,2; Nominated as interim speaker 

Jl 6-1; 
Volpp, Louis D. , economist gets new Duke post My 11-47; 
Von Oesen, Elaine, Tar Heel gets southeastern library post D 23-13; 
Wall, Mrs. Mary, Garner school may never be same Je 5-24; 
Walton, Susan, newly crowned North Carolina Peach Queen Jl 3-15; 
Warren, Lindsay C., stands tall in legislature Ap 9-5; 
Webb, James Edwin, meteoric career Jl 9-111,6; 
Weldon, Dr. Wilson 0., named ed. of The Upper Room Ap 7-6; 
Wendell, Harry, new manager of Sir Walter Hotel Ap 4-3; 
Whitaker, Dr. Bruce E. , elected pres. of Southern Assoc, of Baptist 

Colleges Jl 6-3; 
Whiting, Dr. Albert N., new prexy will begin NCC duties Je 29-6; 
Wiggins, Norman, Wiggins seems equal to challenge Ap 23-11; President 

of Campbell College My 21-111,2; 
Williams, Robert E., ex-editor succumbs 23-1; 
Williams, Robert F., wants to return from China Ag 4-1; 



BIOGRAPHY (Cont.) 

Winston, Dr. Ellen, honored by Dept. of HEW Ap 12-3; Leaves post as U. S. 

Comm. of Public Welfare My 21-1,10; 
Wynn, Hiawatha, leaves prison on pardon by Moore 7-1; 
BIRTH RATE 

State shows decline D 3-25; 
BLACK MOUNTAIN COLLEGE 

Interest in papers revives colleges spirit Ag 6-10; 
BLIND 

see also 
GOVERNOR MOREHEAD SCHOOL 

Comm. target of Baugh bills Je 7-3; Workers to meet here Je 7-3; 
BLOCKADE RUNNER MUSEUM 

To open: Carolina Beach, July 1 Je 4-13; 
BLUE, H. CLIFTON 

Ex-speaker of House to skip Senate race N 10-8; 
BLUE LAWS 

Wilmington proposes Sunday law Jl 25-3; Blue law voted for Wilmington 
Ag 15-23; Sunday law tabled: Jacksonville S 12-3; Sunday law sought in 
Raleigh 17-24; Raleigh law lacks one vote 19-42: Survey shows public 
favoring 20-46; Who shall censor the censors? (ed) N 1-4; 

Requested in E'City N 2-3; Store manager backs down on blue law test 
D 25-2; 
BOARD OF ELECTIONS 

Counties to be aided on registration plan 13-15; Rotating cancelled Jl 22-1; 
BOARD OF HIGHER EDUCATION 

Standards authority for Board My 18-24; 
BOARD OF WATER RESOURCES 

Backing (dome) My 2-1; 
BOGUE SOUND-EMERALD ISLE FERRY 

Winter trips increased 5-26; 
BRIDGES 

Save the tin petticoats 15-111,1; 
BROWN BAGGING 

Moore prefers brown bags to liquor by drink (dome) Ap 4-1; Substitute 
measure presented to House groups Ap 4-1; House passes substitute liquor 
measure Ap 6-1; ABC Board gets set for licenses Ap 11-1; Senate acts on wet 
version of bagging bill Ap 12-1; Tentative approval given by Senate Ap 13-1; 

Leaders confer on liquor bill Ap 14-1; Senate advances 'Bag'bill again 
Ap 15-1; Brown bag law seen near Ap 18-1; Bagging (dome) Ap 19-13; Bagging 
action set by Christian church Ap 21-24; Liquor legislation in the bag Ap 22-1; 
Major provisions of brown bag law Ap 22-5; Bag issue settled Ap 23-4; 

Don't hustle out brown bags Ap 25-1; First 'bagging' permits Ap 26-1; 
Liquor (dome) Ap 27-1; Brown bag judge praises legislature Ap 28-44; Bagging 
days are here again My 6-4; Brownbagging is legal My 7-1,12; Bagging permits 
are hot sellers My 16-24; The plush bag (ed) My 18-4; 

Rules ignite new fuss Je 23-8; Man freed in test case Jl 21-24; Car 
confiscation not intent of law N 30-42; 
BUDGET 

Colleges' net gain small Je 27-1; Record $2.73 approved by joint 
committee Je 27-1; Big budget bills get Senate nod Je 28-1; Comfortable and 
satisfied (ed) Je 28-4; Disgruntled (dome) Je 28-1; Budget enacted without 
change Je 29-1; Swift handling of budget Jl 2-1; 



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BUDGET (Cont.) 

Surplus balances new state budget Ag 24-1; Money is state's problem says 
Eure S 4-8; 
CPA EXAMS 

Test results Ag 13-VI,12; 
CAMPBELL COLLEGE 

Prexy picked Ap 22-1; Wiggins seems equal to college challenge Ap 23-11; 
Indoor dinner honors Campbell prexy Ap 24-24; Marshbanks, Burgess P. honored: 
portrait presented My 30-3; 
CANDIDATES 

Benton, Fred M. to be candidate for commissioner of insurance 30-1; 
Graham, Jim files fee for re-election bid D 29-1; State auditor Bridges seeks 
6th term D 30-1; 
CAPE FEAR TECH 

Dedicated 28-3; 
CAPE HATTERAS NATIONAL SEASHORE 

Dare gets blueprints on seashore rulings Jl 29-3; Morse, Thomas W. to be 
1st supt. Jl 30-1; 
CAPE LOOKOUT NATIONAL SEASHORE 

Lookout money gets nod Ap 28-1; Development aired Jl 1-8; 
CAPITAL PUNISHMENT 

Unconvincing argument (ed) Ap 14-4; Committee okays anti-death bill 
Ap 19-8; Death penalty foes defeated Ap 21-8; 
CAROLINAS PRESS PHOTOGRAPHERS ASSOC 

Establish scholarship: honor Hemmer, John G. Ap 10-3; 
CATAWBA COLLEGE 

President dies at football game N 12-1; 
CENSORSHIP 

High Point decides state law on obscenity strong enough 6-3; 
CERTIFIED PUBLIC ACCOUNTANTS* EXAMS 
see 
CPA EXAMS 
CHOWAN COLLEGE 

Chowan considers 2 year journalism course Ap 13-8; 23 Chowan students 
awarded scholarships My 14-1,4; Trustees elect D 21-30; 
CHURCHES 

Gaelic sermon heard at reunion: Barbecue Presbyterian Church N 9-14; 
CITIES 

Raleigh to lead in growth through 1975-statistics Ag 27-1; Due grants 
under model cities N 17-1; 
CIVIL DEFENSE 

Griffin, Edward F. to retire as director My 20-1; Hodges, William M. 
appointed state director Ag 30-1; 
CIVIL RIGHTS 
see also 
ADVISORY COMM TO U. S. COMM ON CIVIL RIGHTS 

Moore blasts Clark charges that lawmen dragging feet S 30-22; Dismissal 

ef?!£ s gy?s% prof ' s case N 18 " 3; 

Jones Co. Bd. of Education challenges validity Ag 9-3; 
COASTAL PLAINS 

Governors urge president to complete coastal board Ap 30-1; 



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COASTAL PLAINS REGIONAL COMM 

Coastal plains official says opportunity ahead Je 30-17; House passes 
bill establishing state office Jl 6-14; Complete plans for organization Jl 30-1; 
Wray, John McDonald appointed assistant to federal co. chairman (J. Russell 
Tuten) S 1-3; Flora, Prof. A. C, Jr. of USC appointed South Carolina director 
S 10-7; Jones, Dr. E. Walton named director of N. C. field office 6-42; 

Dwindling farm labor force seen D 21-1; 
COLLEGE FOUNDATION, INC 

Mount Olive College supports Foundation My 17-7; 
COMM ON INTERSTATE COOPERATION 

Eagles, Joe designated Chairman Ag 3-2; 
COMMUNITY COLLEGES 

'On the grow' speech by Gov. Moore Ag 19-24; Community college aid asked 
Ap 26-6; Aim too high, expert fears N 2-8; Standards eyed N 9-12; 
CONFERENCE OF CONCERNED DEMOCRATS 

UNC grad will head group opposing LBJ N 17-54; 
CONGRESS OF PARENTS AND TEACHERS 

PTA hears defense by governor Ap 27-1; 'Society Sick' PTA told Ap 27-13; 
PTA backs UFE's goals Ap 28-44; 
CONGRESSMEN 

Tar Heel roll call My 18-2; Tar Heel roll call 9-3; Tar Heels' vote 
tallying in Congress D 4-6; Politicos scan record of the 90th Congress D 31-111,1; 
CONSERVATION 

Pamlico river area mining tests okayed Ap 19-1; State conservation just 
holding its own N 19-14; 
CONSERVATION AND DEVELOPMENT, DEPT OF 

Griffin, W. J., head of Dept. resigns Ap 7-1; Board hears requests from 
Stone Mountain, Pilot Mountain, and the Piedmont Jl 25-3; Leak, Robert E. 
named administrator of Commerce and Industry division of Dept. Ag 13-17; 
Members of state board announced Ag 24-1; Study group named on dividing agency 
S 29-5; Moore says split C and D 3 ways 9-1; 

Budget officer (Victor Barfield) gets promotion D 6-15; 
CONSTITUTION 

Two Republican measures filed My 12-8; Needs review, Governor suggests 
to Bar 28-1; Revision opposed: Eure, Thad N 9-1; Be careful with that 
broom (ed) N 10-4; 
CONSUMERS COUNCIL 

Aid group organized S 28-1; 
COST OF LIVING 

High food prices discredit low cost of living S 10-1; 
COUNCIL OF STATE 

Top state officials get raises Jl 5-8; 
COUNTIES 

Do you know NC's 100 counties? Je 4-111,2; Fountain, L. H. keynote 
speaker at annual convention of NC Co. Comm. Ag 14-1; 
COUNTY DOCTOR MUSEUM 

Knowles, J. C. named special consultant Ap 6-3; 
COUNTY GOVERNMENT 

Cherokee Republicans ask new election Ag 16-18; 
COURT OF APPEALS 

Ready for action 18-1; 
COURTS 

see also 
JUDICIAL SYSTEM? JUDICIARY 



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COURTS (Cont.) 

Public defender study approved Je 17-7; Justice Parker lambasts U. S. 
Supreme Court (ed) S 24-111,4; Harsher term brings release from prison 11-3; 
Vagrancy ordinance challenged 13-1; 
CRAMERTON 

City officials of newly incorporated town installed Jl 8-13; 
CREDIT 

Estimated Tar Heel personal debt $2 to $3 billion N 5-111,1; 
CRIME 

Statistics (dome) 9-3; Pitt holdup nets $17,500 D 29-1; 
CRIME AND CRIMINALS 

Bad check problem labeled critical My 26-43; Habitual felon bill enacted 
Jl 7-8; Retailers to counter bad check, shoplifting problems S 3-14; 92 
transfer after killing at Caledonia S 26-1; Sneeden, Terry ordered to stand 
trial for rape S 27-26; 

Central prison inmates questioned about stabbing of convict Ralph Betts 
S 29-16; Pardon move considered for Hiawatha Wynn 5-1; Official denies 
Wynn's trial too swift 7-3; Wynn leaves prison on pardon by Moore 7-1; 
Tar Heel turned Britisher, wins freedom (Roy Leon Ingle) D 5-1; 50 being 
arrested in Craven area D 15-1; 
CROSS BURNING 
see 
KU KLUX KLAN 
CULTURE WEEK 

Spotlight to focus on culture N 26-1; Author wants to reach all people: 
week ends: awards D 3-25; 
DARE 

see 
DIRECT ACTION FOR RACIAL EQUALITY 
DAVIDSON COLLEGE 

Dr. Ostwalt named Dean at Davidson My 17-9; Numerous changes D 31-8; 
DAY NURSERIES 

Craig: Day nurseries should be licensed Ap 19-30; 
DEBUTANTS 

Names of 1967 debs Jl 9-IV,8; 
DEMOCRATIC PARTY 
see also 
CONFERENCE OF CONCERNED DEMOCRATS 

Outlook (dome) Ag 17-1; Chiefs hold pow-wow S 6-1; Redwine, Philip 0. 
appointed executive director of executive committee S 7-1; Women meet in 
Greenville S 30-1; Eure favors larger committees at precinct level (dome) 
11-1; Wilson man (Hunt, Jim) gets top YDC office 15-1; 

Plans drawn to increase posts 17-1; See disappearance of factionalism 
N 13-1; 'Court' proposed for democratic funds D 29-1; 
DENTAL FOUNDATION 

Name directors at annual meet D 8-32; 
DENTISTS 

Three face malpractice charges Ag 1-1; Accused Negro dentists skeptical 
on fair hearing Ag 14-3; 
DESCRIPTION AND TRAVEL 

Nu-Wray Inn a family operation since 1833 8-111,2; 



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DESEGREGATION 
see also 
SCHOOLS; TEACHERS 

Merger of white and Negro education assoc. approved Ap 8-1; Winston-Salem 
frats admit Negroes Ap 11-3; Gates schools integration increased Je 9-28; 
Merger plan okayed by Methodists Je 13-1; Methodists eliminate racial structure 
Je 15-1; Bias suit at Zebulon dismissed Je 20-22; 

Anson board urging police, financial aid Jl 4-1; More desegregation 
suggested in Kinston Jl 7-3; Wadesboro City manager says modification needed 
Jl 9-6; Integration drive begins for Duplin Jl 14-8; Craven eating place 
must serve negroes Jl 19-8; Court asked to order new plan in Franklin Jl 26-1; 

Wake, U. S. debate integration pace Ag 4-40; "Not the state's business" 
opposing state financial aid in school suits (ed) Ag 18-4; To rise in Raleigh 
schools Ag 19-24; Franklin schools place Negro pupils Ag 23-13; Gains small 
in colleges Ag 25-1; 100 more students assigned in Beaufort Ag 25-3; 

Court rejects Franklin bid to delay integration S 1-1; Negro parents 
protest integration (Wayne Co.) S 6-1; Integration comes quietly to southern 
Durham area S 6-3; Washington reassigning Negro pupils S 7-3; 249 Franklin 
Negroes integrate schools S 8-21; Anson integration order refused S 12-14; 

Kinston choice plan said unsatisfactory 4-3; NCEA units to merge next 
year 7-3; 27 Negroes ask admission to Anson Co. school 20-10; 
DIAMOND SHOALS 

Coast Guard activates 2d light station S 24-111,2; 
DIRECT ACTION FOR RACIAL EQUALITY 

Housing drive opened for Negro Je 30-42; 
DISCRIMINATION 

Suit against Rex hospital dismissed Je 7-28; 
DOCTORS 

Shortage acute in state 15-1; 34 granted medical licenses N 5-20; 
Kincheloe's license revoked N 30-1; 
DOROTHEA DIX HOSPITAL 

Training program meets challenge of medical care Je 11-111,9; Does its 
best with what it has D 31-3; 
DRAFT 

UNC students to aid in draft demonstration D 3-16; Uniformity of draft 
subject for debate D 3-10; 
DRIVER EDUCATION 

Bill filed on driver education My 6-5; 
DRIVERS 

Bill seeks required drunken drive test Ap 26-6; Bill would give break 
to drivers Ap 27-20; Car insurance requirements My 3-1; Drinking drivers 
lose round My 3-10; More insurance asked for assigned risks My 4-6; Point 
system is unfrozen My 4-6; Drunken drivers bill My 6-5; Records are 
computerized N 16-3; 
DRIVERS' LICENSES 

'Provisional' license plan Ap 26-6; Lose one license, lose all My 3-10; 
Epileptic driver bill study set My 12-12; License photo bill My 12-14; 
License photos My 13-1; Republican expects Godwin to apologize My 13-5; 
Senate ok's higher fee Je 28-8; 'Dropout' bill goes to senate Je 29-30; 

Senate ok's drop-out driver bill Je 30-8; 'Dropout' bill revival move 
fails Jl 6-14; 



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DROPOUTS 

Curbing dropout (ed) My 15-4; House kills bill to suspend drivers licenses 
of dropouts Jl 1-8; 
DUKE UNIV 

Duke establishes new division Ap 16-11; Duke to link engineers, medicine 
Ap 16-17; New medical school Ap 21-8; Economist gets new Duke post My 11-47; 
War on heart diseases Jl 16-111,2; Offers housing for Negroes at Durham Jl 23-1 
(ed) 4; Medical school 1st in research 29-8; 

Chemist, Henkens, Dr. Robert W., named to staff N 9-15; Girls get ABC 
equality N 9-10; Vote overturns statute (segregated facilities) N 11-15; 
Negro students block prexy's office N 14-3; President says there's no protest 
sympathy N 17-16; Alumni officers named N 18-3; 

Policy (nondiscrimination) applies to off-campus N 18-7; Small cannon 
used in suicide at Djke N 28-5; Marine lab. director named: Costlow, Dr. John 
D. , Jr. D 12-6; Dean to resume teaching (Ball, Dr. M. Margaret) D 14-6; Frat. 
grants announced D 29-16; 
DUMPS 

Garbage (dome) My 5-5; Committee endorses public trash dumps My 18-10; 
DURHAM 

Nat. guardsmen placed on alert Jl 21-1; Police watch racial crisis Jl 22-1; 
Board moves toward easing racial tension Jl 27-1; 
DUTCH ELM DISEASE 

Elm disease control still not available My 1-19; 
ECC 

School of business is accredited My 4-16; 1400 await degrees My 18-23; 
Puts facts at fingertips: Development Institute Je 11-5; 
ECC— FINANCES 

ECC gets big budget boost Je 28-8; 
ECC— SUMMER THEATRE 

Arsenic and old lace opens Jl 2-111,11; No longer a novelty Jl 9-111,13; 
ECC- -TRUSTEES 

ECC trustees to meet My 5-16; 
ECC— UNIVERSITY STATUS 

Jones, Walter: Vote against ECC vote for control Ap 2-7; ECU leaders 
outline case (dome) Ap 5-6; Brickhouse, Eston, State purchasing officer draws 
blast on ECC bill Ap 6-1; Republican leaning toward ECC cause? Ap 12-6; ECU 
compromise not near Ap 13-10; 

Jenkins reiterates independent position Ap 13-3; ECC (dome) Ap 16-1; 
What is 'readiness ' (letter to ed.) Ap 18-4; Lt. Governor favors compromise 
Ap 19-1; This need not be (ed) Ap 19-4; East greets solons Ap 20-1; ECU 
status goals discussed by Archie Ap 20-34; Scott's ECC plan Ap 20-1; 

Board (dome) Ap 21-14; ECU leadership rebuffs overture Ap 21-1; Hodges 
raises voice against Ap 21-1; Morgan: Moore asking surrender Ap 22-5; Separate 
(ed.) Ap 22-4; Lawmakers set for ECC issue Ap 23-6; Place symbol (ed.) Ap 23- 
111,4; ECU bill gets committee okays Ap 26-1; Flash of red (ed.) Ap 26-4; 

Sen. Warren defends board Ap 26-6; Switch (dome) Ap 26-1; ECU vote set 
Ap 27-1; The battle had many witnesses Ap 28-8; 'Seek admission to UNC - 
Moore Ap 28-1; Senate defends 'ECU' bill Ap 28-1; White (dome) Ap 28-1; 
Absentee (dome) Ap 29-7; ECU backers toil in vain Ap 29-1; No lost cause (ed.) 
Ap 29-4; Reaction (dome) Ap 29-1; 

Valentine: ECC vote won't hurt party Ap 30-9; Jones slaps at governor on 
ECC status My 1-1; ECU guns to take aim My 2-12; Moore on ECU-UNC My 2-1; 
University is the word (ed.) My 3-4; Impact (dome) My 7-1,1; 



15 



ECC — UNIVERSITY STATUS (Cont.) 

Not the case (letter to ed.) My 7-111,4; ECC profs, back bid My 10-3; 
Rebellion (dome) My 10-5; ECC profs, protest My 11-1; Reaction (dome) My 11-1; 
Everett (dome) My 12-5; Jones says GOP swing 'not way' My 12-1; Protest denied 
My 12-29; No political football (ed.) My 13-4; ECC trustees decline new tactics 
My 16-3; Bolt to GOP My 17-1; Unfair advantage (letter to ed. ) My 17-4; 

Eastern (dome) My 18-8; Legislator's view of ECC (letter to ed. ) My 18-4; 
Margin for victory (letter to ed.) My 18-4; Scott to Dr. J. W. Pou (letter to 
dome) My 23-1; Sen. Henley said drafting ECU bill My 30-15; Bill received 
warmly My 31-1; Britt says bill sounds good My 31-3; 

Dead end deal (ed.) Je 1-4; Scott stamps endorsement on regional ECU 
proposal Je 1-1; Moore cold-shoulders Henley bill Je 2-1; Sanford, Scott 
roles seen in ECU measure Je 2-10; Bill a politicians dream Je 4-1; Rush 
for advantage (ed.) Je 4-111,4; Board opposes Henley bill Je 6-9; 

Other schools eyeing status of univ. Je 9-33; Dancing in the dark (ed.) 
Je 10-4; Regional univ. bill Je 11-1; Scott sees victory on bill Je 11-21; 
Time working against regional university bill Je 11-12; West files university 
status bids Je 14-1; A and T joins regional U. parade Je 15-10; 

Sanford likes idea Je 15-1; She'll (Nielson) try to amend ECU bill Je 15- 
31; Senate panel would raise status of three colleges Je 16-1; Mess ahead (ed.) 
Je 19-4; GOP cool to Henley's Univ. proposal Je 20-5; Henley says board 
pressured colleges Je 20-5; Henley bill rolls along Je 21-1; 

Regional U. bill in calendar unit Je 22-1; Flying regional U express 
speeds on to house floor Je 23-1; Regional U. bill rapped by Euliss Je 23-8; 
Scott reiterates support of bill Je 26-6; Regional U. plan called bad course 
Je 28-8; House adds A and T to regional U bill Je 29-1; 

ECU will meet responsibility Je 30-8; Now prove it (ed.) Je 30-4; 
ECU 

Trustees appointed Ag 19-24; Offers graduate degree in counseling S 16-3; 
New Univ. for a new eastern NC (Dr. Leo Jenkins) S 17-111,1; Faculty supports 
ECU drive 4-3; Accepts 88.5 prime Dare acres N 15-3; Institute director 
named N 23-15; Dare land mixup jolts 4-H club leaders D 6-1; 
EASTERN ALBEMARLE REGIONAL LIBRARY 

EARL gets new director My 2-12; 
EASTERN NC PRESS ASSOC 

Press chief (Parker, Joe) elected N 12-13; 
ECONOMIC CONDITIONS 

Business observer Ap 23-12; State gains 11 per cent in income Ap 30-1; 
Planning and propaganda My 7-111,5; 
ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT 

Action taken by Governor to boost state's economy N 10-1; 
EDUCATION 

Action asked for: Bd. of higher ed. report (ed) Ap 1-4; Possible 
successor to Dr. Carroll Ap 16-8; Smith's re-election rescinded by board Ap 19-1; 
Smith's firing method said unprecedented Ap 20-44; Southern research trials 
rest of nation Ap 20-24; Secrecy gone snide (ed) Ap 27-4; 

Smith denounces board chief Ap 28-44; Board election bill My 17-6; 
Subcommittee set on school board selection bills My 18-10; Co-op education 
promises double benefits S 17-7; Pre-school need cited by Carroll 1-5; 
Have power, won't change (ed) 3-4; 

Learning labs offer free education to uneducated 9-20; Funds charge 
eyed for no-ed programs N 8-30; Vocational program to become diversified N 12-12; 
New program for retarded being planned N 27-28; Modern math taught in NC, say 
officials D 21-30; 



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EDUCATION, HIGHER 

Transition discussed for Negro colleges Ap 20-15; Negro educators wary 
of upgrading plan Ap 23-11; Hill: No way to determine failure rate Ap 24-24; 
Watts Hill says colleges need planning funds My 20-22; Bill authorizing state 
board to approve admission standards rouses controversy My 31-1; 

Regional U„ plan called bad course Je 28-8; House adds A and T to 
regional U. bill Je 29-1; Meeting (dome) Je 29-18; Four colleges win regional 
U. status Je 30-1; 
EDUCATIONAL TV 

TV teacher is signing off My 17-26; Three new stations to open S 3-4; 
ELECTIONS 

Election law change My 7-1,10; Voting machine committee named by board 
24-9; Board will get report of Columbus jury N 22-3; 
ELECTIONS, LOCAL 

Results My 3-12; Tomlinson tops vote in Raleigh My 3-1; Ex-Angier 
mayor in comeback My 4-34; Kenansville election My 4-24; Mayor beats write- 
in (Greenville) My 4-24; Run-off election set in New Bern My 4-24; Tarboro 
returns 6 councilmen My 4-24; Charlotte residents vote today My 5-7; 

Edenton calls recount My 5-7; Mayor wins fourth term (Charlotte) My 9-6; 
Mayor gets 6th term (Washington) My 10-3; Halifax bill asks election My 12-8; 
Elections set today in Elizabeth City My 13-3; Elizabeth City mayor defeated 
My 14-1,16; Elizabeth City mayor mulls runoff My 15-17; 

Mayor asks for runoff (Elizabeth City) My 16-17; New mayor chosen at 
New Bern My 17-3; Run-off is called at Elizabeth City My 17-3; 
ELECTIONS BOARD 

see BOARD OF ELECTIONS 
ELECTRIC POWER 

Electric cities try to crack power pact Ap 12-1; Electric city bill 
killed My 19-1; Study set by cities N 29-6; Proceeding ends in power case 
D 14-3; 
ELIZABETH CITY STATE COLLEGE 

Trustees back Ridley Ap 6-12; Consultants critical of Dr. Walter Ridley 
Ap 19-3; Elizabeth City alumni head hits trustee action My 2-3; Teacher exam 
regulation My 18-3; Support is affirmed by alumni Je 12-24; 
EMPLOYMENT 

Moved up last month 23-5; Jobs, earnings higher in state N 21-29; 
Hits record high D 22-37; Unemployment in state up 25% D 30-20; ' 
EMPLOYMENT SECURITY COMM 

Harvey Pitman is retiring My 10-3; Three renamed Ag 23-28; 
ERVIN, SAM J. 

May no longer play it the company way Ap 2-111,1; Raps selection of 
Thurgood Marshall Ag 25-23 (ed) Ag 26-4; 
ETHICS CODE 

Urged for NC assembly D 12-1; Reaction varies on idea D 13-1; 
EXECUTIVE MANSION FINE ARTS COMM 

Governor's mansion bills pass Ap 29-17; 
FCX 

Haynes, A. J. takes over as manager Jl 10-17; Changes made in staff 
Jl 17-18; 
FARM BUREAU 

Debates controls N 14-1; 
FARMERS' COOPERATIVE EXCHANGE 
see 
FCX 



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FARTHING, JUDGE JAMES 

Dies here; on state's new court of appeals D 7-1; 
FAYETTEVILLE STATE COLLEGE 

To dedicate library N 1-7; 
FAYETTEVILLE TECH 

Program for technicians gains national attention N 19-11; 
FERRIES 

see also 
BOGUE SOUND-EMERALD ISLE FERRY 

Ferry toll rates to be lowered Ap 21-1; Pamlico ferry row keeps tempers 
hot Ap 30-10; 
FISHERIES ASSOC 

Pick new president D 8-32; 
FISHING 

Trash fish policy challenged in suit D 22-1; 
FOLKLORE 

LP produced on Cherokee Jl 3-5; 
FOOD STAMPS 

7 counties added to plan D 20-27; 
FOREST RANGERS 

Shrug at fire dangers N 19-11,24; 
GOP 

see 
REPUBLICAN PARTY 
GAMBLING 

Pinball devices back under NC law Jl 14-1; Twiggs: Pinballs not legalized 
Jl 14-1; (Dome) Jl 18-5; Raleigh police chief bemoans change in law Jl 18-20; 
Rep. Howard Twiggs client deals in machines Jl 19-26; Reward-giving pinballs 
held illegal Jl 22-1; 
GARDNER, JAMES 
see also 
BIOGRAPHY 

Shiver receives Gardner warning Je 7-1; Is he "Hove" or "Dawk" Je 9-1; 
Reaffirms attack on Durham poverty unit Je 18-4; Panel okays amendment 12-1; 
Amendment backfires 19-1; 
GARDNER, REECE 

Opposing Jones D 9-1; 
GARNER 

Things in mess says mayor S 22-48; 
GENERAL STATUTES COMM 

Thomas, J. Max and R. Bruce White, Jr. appointed S 26-3; 
GEOLOGY 

Significant discovery in Chatham Ap 9-111,1; 
GHOSTS 

Believer in ghosts 29-111,2; 
GLUE-SNIFFING 

Glue-sniff stifling approved My 3-10; House panel backs glue sniffing ban 
My 18-10; 
GOOD NEIGHBOR COUNCIL 

Warning sounded by Coltrane Jl 25-22; Neighbor council gets fund boost Ag 
3-1; Charlotte: equal hiring stressed S 29-3; Defines housing aim 28-7; 
Advisory body named N 8-10; 



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GOVERNMENT 

GOP seeks governor's veto power My 13-5; 
GOV MOREHEAD SCHOOL 

Cole, Samuel J. named supt. of state school for blind, deaf Ag 27-1; 
Causby, George B. named assist, supt. 29-17; 
GOVERNORS 

Moore, Sanford disagree on need for veto My 30-13; 
GOVERNOR 1 * S COMM ON LAW AND ORDER 

Members appointed to reconstituted comm. S 7-1; Raleigh man (Charles E. 
Clement) gets post D 6-30; 
GOVERNOR'S COUNCIL FOR ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT 

Urged to back manpower development group Je 17-13; 
GOVERNOR'S HIGHWAY SAFETY PROGRAM 

Peters, Elbert to be assistant coordinator Ag 12-13; 
GRANGE 

Re-elects officers 21-3; 
GREENSBORO 

Committee appointed to attack racialism Jl 20-11; City atlas N 26-17; 
GREENVILLE 

Airport may become training area Ap 15-3; 
GUNS 

Handgun permits increase: Wake Co. Ag 7-22; 
HALIFAX CO HISTORICAL ASSOC 

Documents purchased Ag 16-3; 
HALLOWEEN 

Still a witches' brew 29-111,6; 
HARDEE'S FOOD SYSTEMS, INC. 

Told to pay jingle firm $16,750 N 16-42; 
HALIFAX 

1,000 help Halifax stage celebration Ap 13-3; 
HARNETT CO 

Commissioners dividing duties in office of county attorney Ap 12-3; Former 
county attorney indicted (Neill M. Ross) My 19-10; Eyerman, Dr. Melvin F. 
resigns as director of health dept. Ag 5-3; 
HEAD START 

Programs open in City, Wake Je 20-3; Third successful program in Craven 
Co. Ag 13-111,9; 
HEALTH 

Tate, Rep. Earl H. appointed Ag 31-33; Raper, Dr. James S. elected 
president of State Board 13-46; Board honors 16 on retirements D 16-22; 
Levine, Dr. Ronald Howard named director of St. Bd., Community Health Division 
D 30-30; 
HEALTH INSURANCE ADVISORY BOARD 

Carthage man (Jackson, J. Elvin) gets seat N 23-52; 
HIGHLAND GAMES 

Clans meet Jl 10-7; 
HIGHWAY PATROL 

Committee backs patrol plane bill Ap 28-9; Godwin working on patrol bill 
My 4-1; Sky-spy cry My 4-1; Patrol planes bill crippled My 5-1; Airplane 
bill partly salvaged My 17-1; State patrol gets wings My 18-1; Accident prone 
areas get special attention Je 20-1; First Negro sworn in Ag 17-1; 

Moore offers reward for information regarding shooting of trooper Murdock 
S 7-36; Trooper Burchette commended for bravery 8-21; 



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HIGHWAY PATROL (Cont.) 

State bolsters road 'arsenal' 14-1; Eastern troopers meet with new 
commissioner 19-3; Broader auto inspections, more troopers proposed by 
Howland 27-1; New speed-timing device expected to hike arrests N 19-12; 
Reorganization to begin N 25-1; Catching speeders with new VASCAR device D 28-1; 
Say VASCAR already accomplishing main goal D 29-3; 
HIGHWAY SAFETY 

Safe tire measure advances Ap 27-20; Safe tire proposal My 4-6; Amber 
lights for wreckers My 5-10; Safe tires proposal My 5-10; 5 major bills 
approved so far Je 4-5; Planes, trucks headed road safety debates; assembly 
roundup Jl 20-13; 
HIGHWAYS 

see also 
ROADS 

Federal plan would enhance My 14-1,12; Scenic drives proposed for State 
My 15-22; Interstate 95 to bypass Fayetteville Ag 9-1; 
HIPPIES 

Tar Heel hippies 1-111,1; 
HISTORIC HILLSBOROUGH COMM 

Dozen named S 21-18; 
HISTORIC HOUSES 

Hospitality blooms at Orton Plantation Ap 9-IV,2; Historical survey 
begins My 18-8; City to preserve Mordecai house Je 23-44; Chambers house at 
Farmville plantation restored by Harry Gattons S 3-111,14; State to raze old 
Hawkins house S 6-26; Grimes plantation a state historic site N 5-111,9; 
Old church rectory saved (Christ Episcopal Church) D 30-20; 
HISTORY 

Dark fame surrounded 'Queen' Ap 23-1 V,l; Tar Heels bring color to diplomatic 
posts 8-11; Nat Turner to replace John Brown as our best known insurrectionist? 
N 26-111,2; 
HOME BUILDERS ASSOC 

Johnson, Carl W. wins statewide design honors Jl 9-10; 
HOMOSEXUALS 

Hargrove: sex deviates numerous D 4-26; SBI accuses 5 of immoral acts 
D 5-1; 
HOSPITALS 

see also 
DISCRIMINATION; DOROTHEA DIX HOSPITAL 

New hospital is dedicated (Hanover Memorial) My 8-8; State bed shortage 
said worst in U. S.(dome) D 4-1; Bed shortage labeled exaggerated D 10-13; 
HOUSING 

see also 
ADVISORY COMM ON LOW INCOME HOUSING 

Conference on housing set May 25 My 17-26; Durham housing agency 
attacked Ag 10-16; 
HUMBER, ROBERT LEE 

Peace prize to be given 26-14; 
HUNT, JOE 

Offered to resign N 29-1; Moore rejects offer to resign N 30-1; 



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HUNTING 

Road deer-shooting hearing held Ap 13-3; Deer lull will get new chance 
Je 22-27; 
HYPNOSIS 

Raleigh trance group active S 11-22; 
INCOME 

Income gap widens Je 15-18; How many tar heels make 1 million? (8) Ag 26-3; 
How the nation slices its income pie--1966 figures Ag 31-17; 
INDIANS 

Tribe faces loss of school My 21-1,9; UNC museum deals with all Je 25-111,9; 
LP produced on Cherokee Jl 3-5; Cherokee chief retiring 4-3; Lumbees leaving 
Roberson for Baltimore city life N 5-6; Lumbees direct descendants of lost 
colonists? D 17-111,6; 
INDUSTRIAL COMM 

Shuford, Forrest H. reappointed Ag 9-28; 
INDUSTRIAL DEVELOPMENT FINANCING AUTHORITY 

Members named to new state agency Ag 10-1; 
INDUSTRIAL EDUCATION CENTERS 

St. bd. of educ. approves Hertford Co. as a location Jl 8-13; Ansonville 
unit asks separation from Central Piedmont Community College Ag 10-18; 
INDUSTRY 

Successful lumberman runs big beef ranch Ap 24-17; These boots (and shoes) 
are made for Walker Ap 30-14; What promoters have wrought (ed) My 4-4; Bond 
tax exemption My 10-8; Revenue bond bill My 12-1; House approves revenue 
bonds My 13-5; Mineral search alarms Orange County My 14-111,1; 

Dedication slated for textile facility (Burlington) My 15-17; New Bern 
gets pulp plant My 17-1; Assurances given (Weyerhauser) (ed) My 17-4; Bonds 
bill again gets Senate OK My 17-6; Lower license fees asked My 17-6; Bill to 
help get plant nearly law My 17-18; NC gets revenue bonds My 18-1; 

Electronics plant opened Raleigh My 23-21; Chemical plant for New Bern 
My 30-21; 7 companies on top 500 list Je 22-33; Protecting industrial poverty 
(ed) Ag 1-4; Tax free industrial bonds (ed) Ag 24-4; Columbia nitrogen corp. 
takes over Olin Mathieson in Williamston S 6-5; 

Revenue bond law challenged in suit S 7-1; $32 million fertilizer plant 
slated near Ahoskie S 20-1; Wants congressional restriction of textile imports 
6-18; Nash gets yarn plant N 10-1; 
INSTITUTE OF GOVERNMENT 

Commissioners to assemble for discussion My 16-3; Conference on housing 
set My 17-26; 
INSURANCE 

Lanier issues order finding James A. Vines guilty of fraud Ap 8-1; Bill 
easing insurance law My 17-6; Insurance for minors proposed My 17-3; Beach 
insurance My 18-10; Insurers named slate, list awards Je 9-39; "Dead man" 
law gets loosening Je 22-14; Hike in auto ins. asked Jl 1-1; 

Assigned risk bill enacted Jl 5-8; Burney blasts coastal insurance plan 
Ag 18-5; Beach property plan (dome) S 24-1; Lanier says no to fire rate hikes 
18-1; Commissioner to answer auto insurance question 22-4; Exams flunk 
rate soars 31-1; Board trio re-named N 16-3; Lanier rejects auto rate hike 
N 18-1; Action may tap all Tar Heels' bill folds D 3-4; 

New system proposed for auto insurance D 7-35; Campaign taken to court 
by auto insurance forces D 16-1; Blue cross merge plan gets okay D 21-30; 
Lanier again denies fire insurance hike D 21-30; Plan may make many very 
unhappy D 25-50; 



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INTEREST RATES 

Interest bill foes lose test My 6-1; Truth in lending measures proposed 
My 11-8; Truth-in-lending bill rapped Je 7-8; Truth-in-lending bill killed 
Je 14-6; Senate backs bill to raise roof Je 15-1; Rate hike on bonds rejected 
Jl 5-1; 
INTERSTATE COMPACT FOR EDUCATION 

Education compact measure advances Ap 28-9; 
JENKINS, LEO W. 

Speech: ECU chief envisions "Awakening of East" Ag 15-1; "ECU meets 
requirements" for title of university - speech S 1-3; New univ. for a new 
eastern NC S 17-111,1; Regional univ. development urged - speech: Boone S 27-11; 
Defended by Rep. Jones 13-3; Nothing beats winning asserts ECU's Jenkins N 2-21; 
JOB CORPS 

Panel okays amendment (political participation) by Gardner 12-1; 
JOHN BIRCH SOCIETY 

Top Bircher raps U. S. war effort 12-33; 
JONAS, CHARLES 

Denies rumors he won't run in '68 N 2-1; 
JONES, WALTER 

Hits federal spending 16-5; 
JUDICIAL SYSTEM 
see also 
COURTS 

Jury bill advances Ap 19-8; Jury system changes become law Ap 21-1; 
'67 assembly: architects of jury reform Ap 23-6; Qualified judge measure 
settled My 11-8; GOP judge bill My 12-8; 
JUDICIARY 

'Qualified' judges sought Ap 15-1; Zebulon, Wake Forest denied District 
Court Jl 6-36; Moore picks six appeallate judges: Britt, David; Morris, Miss 
Naomi E.,; (intermediate Court of Appeals) Mallard, Raymond; Farthing, James C. ; 
Campbell, Hugh; Brock, Walter E. (Superior Court) Jl 7-1; 

8 Superior court judges named by Moore: Ervin, Sam III; Exum, Jim; Hasty, 
Fred; Martin, Harry Cl.; Clark, Edward B.; Snepp, Fran; Seay, Tom, Jr.; Brewer, 
Coy E. Jl 8-1; Named to special judgships: Copeland, J. William; May, Hubert E.; 
Thornburg, Lacy H. ; Beal, Fate Jr.; Martin, Robert M. ; Bowman, James C. ; Jl 9-1; 

Brewer, Coy E. takes oath as superior court judge Jl 12-3; Roster sharply 
revised (assembly roundup) (dome) Jl 14-5; Judges eyeing district posts Jl 21-5; 
Stuhl, George Z. appointed district judge Jl 22-3; Assembly reaps harvest in 
judicial field Jl 23-4; Britt, David M. becomes judge Ag 10-12; 

Brown, Theodore C. chosen by court of appeals to serve as clerk Ag 18-48; 
Motor vehicles chief (Godwin) named judge 8-1; Negro lawyer named assistant 
judge N 7-26; New judge was convicted on U. S. income tax charges N 9-40; 
Review asked of judicial clash D 5-8; Moore appoints Parker to bench D 24-1; 
JUVENILE CORRECTION 

Two appointed to state board, other reappointments Ag 12-21; 
KINDERGARTENS 

State must provide, Carroll says 14-24; 
KORNEGAY, HORACE 

Builds his image as hard worker N 19-4; 
KU KLUX KLAN 

Revolt threatens over Jones' leadership Ap 4-1; Leader of Hertford Klan 
fined for Negro assault Ap 5-3; Wizard boots Kludd, pals Ap 5-1; 3 Klansmen 
say won't face trial Ap 7-8; 3 Klansmen charged in burnings Ap 8-9; 



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KU KLUX KLAN (Cont.) 

Klan bosses will speak at rally near Elizabeth City Ap 13-36; Klan revolt 
reflected in eastern NC ranks Ap 13-15; Amendment deadlocks cross bill My 17-3; 
Big sign causes strife: Smithfield My 22-24; Ousted leader Dorsett seeks state 
action My 24-26; Legion balks at Klan march: Elizabeth City My 26-5; 

Cole, James and Dorsett, George to visit Sec. of State Thad Eure My 31-22; 
'Go to Georgia' Eure tells ousted Kluxers Je 3-22; Chiefs deny ouster: Jones, 
Shelton Je 9-1; 'Kick-em-out' Krew in Klan Konstitution Je 10-1; SBI denies 
agent had Kludd fired Je 16-48; Wants FBI probe of letter Je 17-11; 

Klan, NAACP stage marches in Wadesboro Je 19-7; Five Klansmen given 
cross-burning terms Jl 1-1; Pressured Hookerton grocery is closing Jl 29-1; 
Continuing probe of crash in Guilford county Jl 30-13; NC klan is called hate 
group Ag 4-3; Six facing trial in Greensboro case Ag 12-3; 

Dorsett, George organizes splinter groups Ag 23-3; Klansmen may sue 
neighbors: Greensboro Ag 23-3; Will defend non-klansmen-Granite Quarry Ag 25-12; 
12 facing action in Klan case: Greensboro Ag 30-3; Greensboro joins suit against 
Dorsett, pals S 9-2; Six indicted for Negro intimidations S 12-3; 

New Klan group gets NC charter S 16-24; Crossburners ordered to begin 
jail terms S 21-3; Guilford restraining Dorsett, 12 others S 23-3; Birchers 
are in, Klan out S 23-22; Klansman Donald Laughter surrenders S 27-3; Booth 
removed from Johnston county fair 4-3; Booth back at Johnston fair 5-6; 

Said vehicle of death, destruction, fear D 11-1; Legal action against 
Klan not sighted on state level D 12-1; House group says state klan active 
D 12-1; Buck passed and lost (ed) D 13-4; High court reverses 'cycle case' 
D 14-8; 
LINC 

Project change to revamp school teaching methods Ag 6-11; Blocked from 
materials by opinion S 27-7; Herring on materials: All LINC has to do is ask 
S 30-22; McAndrew, Dr. Gordon returned as director 3-1; Sanford returns to 
attend board meeting (dome) 3-1; Bridges' evaluation go to LINC probers 
4-28; 
LABOR UNIONS 

Beaufort picketers arrested Ag 6-5; 
LAKE MATTAMUSKEET WILDLIFE REFUGE 

Future is discussed Ap 12-3; 
LAW ENFORCEMENT 

Lenoir sheriff denies charges Ap 2-7; Deputy Carson Hall of Dunn is asked 
to resign Ag 11-5; State capitol police force created Ag 19-1; Agency chiefs may 
not like idea 7-7; Vagrant has $44 and room N 22-26; Vague cops and vagrancy 
(ed) N 23-4; New chief (Parrish) named at Edenton N 23-15; 

Law and order in NC N 26-111,1; $10,000 no protection from vagrancy rap 
N 27-28; No liberties for anyone (ed) N 28-4; 
LAWS 

Uniform commercial code goes into effect July 1 My 29-3; Vagrancy law 
never tested in NC court N 28-22; Ways sought to stop flood of local bills 
D 9-5; 
LAWSUITS 

More Tar Heels suing the state than ever before D 26-32; 
LAWYERS 

State bar exam passed by 179 Ag 20-6; Mail vote suggested to settle 
Wake integration issue 5-26; Bar ass'n members appeal vote ruling 7-24; 
Court-appointed lawyers won't get U. S. Court pay 10-1; Still the price tag 
(ed) 12-4; 



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LEAGUE OF MUNICIPALITIES 

Officers elected 29-1; 
LEARNING INSTITUTE OF NC 

see 
LINC 
LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL 

Group sights program for '69 legislature D 12-26; 
LEGISLATIVE RESEARCH COMM 

5 senators named to comm. Jl 17-3; Full assembly study set S 16-17; 
LEGISLATURE 

Legislative record: Ap 1-5, Ap 4-5, Ap 12-4, Ap 13-10, Ap 15-5, Ap 19-8, 
Ap 21-8, Ap 22-5, Ap 26-6, Ap 27-20, Ap 28-9, Ap 29-5; My 3-10, My 4-6; My 5-10; 
My 6-5, My 10-8, My 11-10, My 12-8, My 13-5, My 17-6, My 18-10, My 19-7, My 20-5, 
My 26-6, My 31-6, Je 1-10, Je 2-10, Je 3-5, Je 7-8, Je 8-6, Je 9-8, Je 10-5, 
Je 14-6, Je 15-6, Je 16-6, Je 17-5, Je 21-12, Je 22-14 5 Je 23-8, Je 24-3, Je 28-8; 
Je 29-8, Je 30-8; 

Rauch, Marshall says awe leaves freshmen salons Ap 2-4; Beaufort, ECC 
visits Ap 19-8; Does assembly deserve 'Sluggish' title Ap 23-4; Sessions 
(dome) Ap 27-8; House votes aye to set own pay Ap 28-1; Tidal wave of bills 
Ap 30-6; Slot system of seating My 4-1; Legislative pay bill My 6-5; 

Legislators pay measure enacted My 10-1; Annual sessions My 17-6; House 
pulls surprise on cosmetology bill My 26-6; Toward a better state government 
My 28-111,1; Annual sessions bill passes test My 31-1; Conflict of interest 
legislation gets ax Je 14-6; Mixed bag of local bills enacted Je 18-5; 

68 experimental session advances Je 23-8; Surfers, school boards get 
attention Je 25-6; Big issues ahead Je 25-1; Procedures fascinating, 
frustrating Je 26-24; 68 trial session idea dead Je 28-8; Numbered seats bill 
Je 29-8; Numbered seats become law in some areas Jl 1-8; 

Tobacco tax bills beaten Jl 5-8; Crippled open meeting bill draws last 
breath in Senate Jl 5-8; 69 session to start in Jan. Jl 6-1; Speaker Britt 
quits; Vaughn's election assured Jl 6-1; 'Drop out' bill revival move fails 
Jl 6-14; Junkyard control measure enacted Jl 6-14; 

Assembly highlights Jl 7-8; House appointees named for bodies Jl 7-8; 
Election law changes, seat numbering bill Jl 8-5; Legislative roundup Jl 9-9; 
Assembly roundup Jl 12-3; Governor posted high assembly average Jl 12-1; 
Assembly roundup Jl 13-3; Booze news was lug J bagging — led way Jl 19-19; 

Assembly roundup: planes, trucks head road safety debates Jl 20-13; 
Assembly roundup: water conservation Jl 21-3; Assembly reaps harvest in 
judicial field Jl 23-4; Reaction varies on ethics code D 13-1; see also Ethics 
Code; 
LENOIR CO COMMUNITY COLLEGE 

Multi-million expansion begins Ap 25-3; 
LIBRARIES 

see also 
EASTERN ALBEMARLE REGIONAL LIBRARY 

Interstate library compact: NC becomes partner in compact Ap 12-6; New- 
library discussion scheduled My 18-3; State library completes move Je 27-22; 
Wake library tax vote denied Je 27-22; Board (Wake) avoids library stand Jl 4-26; 
Wake petition falls short Ag 30-26; Income increases in 1967 D 31-13; 
LICENSING 

House rejects care center licensing bill Je 14-6; 



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LIQUOR BY THE DRINK 

Hope still held Ap 10-24; Restauranteurs plan fight Ap 26-6; Sen. Moore 
re-opens efforts Ap 27-20; By-drink bill for sandhills My 2-1; No action seen 
soon My 2-12; 1935 recalled in liquor battle My 4-4; Mecklenburg's solons 
plan by-drink bill My 11-10; Local drink bill favored? My 16-1; 

Drink (dome) My 17-14; By-drink vote sought My 18-10; Bill for 
Mecklenburg advances My 24-1; Moore opposed (dome) My 30-7; Sandhills drink 
bill attacked Je 1-10; Auman abandons liquor-by-drink Je 4-1; Forces give up 
Je 8-1; 
LIQUOR LAWS AND LEGISLATION 

House rejects Senate version of liquor bill Ap 19-1; Half pint liquor 
bill Ap 27-20; Dry eastern counties ask ABC store votes Ap 29-5; ABC store 
bills My 4-3; Bill would bar local liquor tax My 4-6; New liquor tax My 6-4; 
liquor price increase bill My 12-11; Liquor surcharge for alcoholics Je 29-8; 

Run around (dome) Jl 2-1; 
LOCAL GOVERNMENT 

Rep. Bowles wants more home rule My 15-22; 
LOCAL GOVERNMENT STUDY COMM 

15 appointed 12-40; 
LOST COLONY 

Drive opens My 18-8; Fathered modern stage tradition Je 18-111,13; 
Staff member reported missing — Holland, Brenda Jl 3-1; Visitor total off 7 
per cent S 1-3; Slates June 21 opening date N 28-22; 
MADDOX, DR. JAMES 

Report: improve lot of south' s underprivileged 16-1; 
MANPOWER DEVELOPMENT CORP 

Employment effort begun S 11-3; Autry, George B. appointed executive 
director 24-23; 
MARS HILL COLLEGE 

Federal aid reaffirmed N 16-1; 
MEDICAL EDUCATION 

Extension program began at UNC 50 years ago N 15-9; 
MEDICAL EXAMINERS 

New system may bring improved death probes Ag 13-4; 
MEDICAL SCHOOLS 

State's 1st chartered medical school 29-111,9; 
MEDICINE 

Medical society opposes practice of Osteopathy My 27-3; Doctor shortage 
cuts U. S. world lead in health care S 28-1; Migrant doctor problem called 
major scandal S 29-1; Schools short on funds, long on duties S 30-1; Medical 
institutions short lab personnel 1-8; 
MENTAL HEALTH 

Bill seeks to help hospitals get fees Ap 19-30; Mental health group plans 
fund campaign Ap 25-5; Onslow clinic funded My 16-6; Units approved Je 17-20; 
Mental health unit proposed by Legion Je 30-42; Ahoskie clinic to open soon 
Jl 8-3; Wake Co. to open center Ag 21-24; 

Scott, Sen. Ralph H. retained as chairman by council 7-3; Wayne clinic 
revised N 7-6; New day care center aiding mentally ill D 10-8; Taylor, Pat 
resigns as chairman of St. Bd. D 29-38; 
MENTAL RETARDATION 

5 appointments to state council S 7-36; 
MEREDITH COLLEGE 

Heilman, Dr. Bruce E. to be installed as president Ap 13-36; Dr. 
Campbell honored at library ceremony Ap 15-22; 



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MEREDITH COLLEGE (Cont.) 

Meredith president inaugurated Ap 16-1; Barry, Charles Franklin new 
director of development Jl 11-22; "Taps" IBM 23-21; Businessmen named to 
board N 12-18; 
METHODIST CHURCH 

Appointments announced as annual session ends in Goldsboro Je 16-16; 
METHODIST COLLEGE 

Enrollment: 1069 S 29-32; 
MIDLIVES 

Onslow still has a number D 17-111,14; 
MIGRANT LABOR 

Denial of classes brings protest from state board Ap 7-42; Migrant 
program confusion seen Ap 27-12; 
MILK 

Repeal of milk price My 18-10; 
MINES AND MINING 

Law proposed on strip mining Je 14-23; Texas Gulf to drop land quest 
Je 16-1; Huge ruby found: Franklin Ag 21-1; Hyde mineral hunt to get consideration 
N 9-9; 
MINISTERS 

Court bill enacted: testimony Je 15-6; 
MISS NORTH CAROLINA 

Stedman, Sarah Elizabeth named Je 11-1; 
MONTREAT-ANDERSON COLLEGE 

College plans fund drive My 13-15; 
MOORE CO 

Moore Co. was considered as a site for the U. N. Ap 30-111,10; 
MOORE, DAN K 

Education proposals defended: includes statistics Ap 10-6; Keep education 
out of politics Je 14-13; Condemns Anson bombings Jl 1-20; Elected chairman 
Southern Governors' conference S 14-1; Cities education need S 25-3; Conviced 
employment of Howard Fuller by UNC mistake (dome) 6-6; 

Governor to take no sides in Democratic primary D 6-1; Speech: year-end 
report D 30-1; 
MOTHER OF THE YEAR 

Simpson, Mrs. Lester named Ap 12-14; 
MOTOR VEHICLES 

Lawmakers still mad at Scheldt Ap 9-4; Auto inspection changes My 2-10; 
Car insurance requirements My 3-1; Cycle bill cracks up My 3-10; Auto law 
easing My 6-5; Ax (dome) My 6-1; Senate asks recall of bill My 10-8; Proposed 
tag increase rapped My 12-8; Howland named comm. 11-1; 

Wade, Edward L. appointed director of driver license division 18-28; 
Price, Joseph P. named chief examiner in driver licensing div. 24-9; 
MOUNT OLIVE COLLEGE 

Mount Olive College supports foundation My 17-7; 
MURDER TRIALS 

Waddell, Bill James to stand trial Ap 11-5; Old, Grady Worth case nears 
jury stage Ap 12-3; Waddell, Billy James receives life sentence Ap 12-3; 
Brewington, Willie Lee convicted My 20-15; Not guilty directed in Johnston 
court (Daughtry, Ralph Dixon) Je 7-6; Liverett, Boyce C. gets life Je 8-10; 

Dongola murder led to last public hanging in Pitt Je 11-111,2; Fowler, 
Warner, accused slayer, gets new trial Je 21-13; NC Supreme Court upholds 
conviction Spence, Joseph E. and Williams, Glenwood Jl 25-19; 



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MURDER TRIALS (Cont.) 

Jury frees two convicts in Odom death Ag 10-1; Greene, James Junius 
sentenced to 20 years Ag 18-20; Rives, Linard acquitted S 9-3; Council, Nancy 
given 8-10 year prison sentence S 28-8; Ramsey, Dallard Pink sentenced to 30 
years in prison S 30-7; Green, Thomas Parten sentenced 7-24; 

Grifton Chief (Lewis, Luther) freed by coroner's jury 6-3; Ringo receives 
30 years at 3d trial in Wayne N 17-1; Woolard, Capt. Ernest J. gets term in slayinc 
D 12-1; 
MURDERS 

Many NC murders go unsolved Ag 13-111,1; 
MUSEUM OF THE ALBEMARLE 

To open today My 28-1,8; History of ten co. area depicted Jl 9-111,2; 
MUSEUMS 

To honor country doctor: being set up at Bailey 22-111,9; Museum of 
Natural History receives shell collection D 3-9; Raeford attorney's home a 
storehouse of history D 10-5; 
NAACP 

see also 
NEGROES 

War support implied My 8-26; Klan, NAACP stage marches in Wadesboro 
Je 19-7; NC Negroes pledge civil rights funds Jl 5-14; Arms urge denied at 
Catawba 18-3; Officer fined for 'direct' contempt 21-3; Probe set of 
UNC-CH unit N 13-11; Alexander, Kelly M. re-elected president N 26-14; State 
officers N 27-23; 
NAMES 

Horton Ag 13-111,8; Tar Heel name calling a funny affair 1-1; 
NATIONAL CONFERENCE ON UNIFORM STATE LAWS 

Two appointed from N. C. D 14-3; 
NATIONAL GUARD 

Bouchard, Lt. Col. Arthur J. promoted N 21-8; 
NATIONAL RIVERS AND HARBORS CONGRESS 

Governor Moore appoints rivers delegation My 2-26; 
NEGROES 

First Negro U. S. Senator My 7-111,9; Halifax Negroes ask probe My 9-7; 
Bond, Julian speaks at St. Augustine on civil rights My 22-24; Housing shortage 
may send Raleigh Negroes into street Je 18-19; Anson Co. Bd. of Educ. - Negro 
representation (ed) Jl 8-4; 

Minister gets protection from armed Negroes—Greensboro Jl 9-5; NAACP 
president protests exclusion from economic planning committee Jl 21-16; First 
Negro sworn in highway patrol Ag 17-1; Hertford Co. to get its first full 
time Negro sheriff Ag 23-10; 2 appointed to boards in Bertie Co. S 6-1; 

Drive slated in state to find Negroes jobs S 7-36; Gunfire rocks 
Franklin homes S 15-1; Fuller's hiring hit by Moore S 21-1; New Hanover county 
school board has 1st negro 7-3; Tar Heel heads new Negro assoc. N 4-3; 
Negro lawyer named assistant judge N 7-26; Negro gets board post in Pasquotank 
N 9-24; New judge was convicted on U. S. income tax charge N 9-40; 

Kinston negroes ask hiring of detectives N 22-3; Negro churchmen protest 
movement for black power N 26-15; May field governor candidate N 29-1; Negro 
is detective D 2-22; Kinston chief responds to Negro requests D 6-6; Negro 
seeks new judgeship D 20-34; Stores add Negro help N 30-41; Tell of poor role 
D 13-1; 



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NEPOTISM 

Sheriff's uncle keeps deputy post D 5-6; Madison ABC boss hires self 
D 21-1; Policy on hiring relatives extended (dome) D 27-1; 
NEUSE RESERVOIR 

Recreation asked 11-1; 
NEW HANOVER CO 

Discrepancy resolved by tax recheck N 1-3; Tax error said unadjustable 
D 29-16; 
NEW HOPE RESERVOIR 

Blues in the New Hope Valley My 7-111,1; 
NEWS STORIES 

Big stories of 1967 D 31-8; 
NC ASSOC OF BROADCASTERS 

Charlotte man elected president N 8-13; 
NC CITIZENS ASSOC 

Rankin, Ed to be executive vice president-secretary S 15-1; 
NC COLLEGE 

New prexy will begin NCC duties Je 29-6; Enrollment up 1% N 16-3; 
Racial tension reducing plan proposed by school D 13-6; 
NC EDUCATION ASSOC 

Merger plan favored My 13-1; Report on Smith firing due My 14-1,17; 
Dr. Dawson re-elected My 16-23; 
NC FUND 

Hill defends fund, blasts Jim Gardner Jl 27-1; Esser denies Gardner 
charge Ag 3-1; Fund and its record Ag 4-4; Director George Esser defends 
aims, gains Ag 6-111,5; Grants listed Ag 12-3; Ford foundation praises fund 
S 15-1; Announces 10 grants 31-3; 
NC MUSEUM OF ART 

Children love their art museum Ap 16-111,1; Museum of art where action 
is My 14-1,9; Jacksonville day observed My 18-22; Monet painting acquired 
Ag 31-8; To get Degas painting N 26-1; Building comm. set N 30-1; 
NC POTATO ASSOC, INC 

Spud group names new president My 15-5; 
NC SOYBEAN PRODUCERS ASSOC 

Grant aids soybean research My 15-5; 
NC SPEECH AND HEARING ASSOC 

Speech group selects new officials My 17-6; 
NC STATE UN IV " 

Five veterans retire My 13-22; Drops professor My 18-1; Chaney, Dr. 
David W. appointed dean of school of textiles Je 3-15; Housing drive opened 
for Negro Je 30-42; Durham, Ernest E. appointed assist* business manager Jl 10- 
22; Geosciences and computer science programs approved, new appointments Jl 14-22; 

Davis, Dr. E. named new zoology head Jl 18-20; Selected for research 
project by Dept. of Defense Jl 23-9; New programs in graduate school Ag 7-22; 
Unique study wins honor for Dr. H. D. Bowen Ag 7-15; First student dies at 
97, Walter J. Mathews Ag 30-6; Youth sentenced in fires Ag 31-40; 

Sir Walter stock given to foundation S 9-1; Appoints acting heads of 
depts. S 20-44; 10,628 enroll S 23-22; To celebrate 78th anniversary 2-24; 
Engineering school ranked 7th 13-3; Cell, Dr. J. W. dies; rockets expert 
N 10-13; Extension service promotes state agent N 12-13; Gets dairy farm 
D 12-7; 

NC SYMPHONY SOCIETY 
see also 
SYMPHONY 



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NC SYMPHONY SOCIETY (Cont.) 

Symphony begins $3 million drive My 7-1,2; 
NC TEACHERS ASSOC " 

Merger plan favored My 13-1; Criticism of merger My 18-40; 
NC VOCATIONAL ASSOC 

Moore's aide backs broader vocational work My 7-11,10; 
NC'S OUTSTANDING YOUNG EDUCATOR 

Outstanding educator Ap 16-6; 
NURSES 

Hospitals balk on fee hike for practical nurses Ag 16-30; Rex grads 
pass test N 12-12; 
ONSLOW CO 

Rights of coroner questioned 17-3; Coroner denies charges of improper 
use of his office 18-3; 
OPEN MEETINGS 

Open door policy outlines My 17-18; Watered-down open meeting bill 
Je 28-8; 
OPERATION BREAKTHROUGH 

Receives OEO grant 8-1; 
OSTEOPATHS 

Medical prejudice (edi) My 28-111,4; Bill takes new route Je 21-12; Bill 
edges past hurdle Je 23-8; Society blasts bill Je 25-6; Osteopaths beaten in 
house Jl 1-8; 
OUTDOOR DRAMA 
see also 
LOST COLONY 

Rejected for Fort Macon 10-1; 
OYSTERS 

It's oyster time again down east N 19-111,1; 
PACE 

Program has new chief: Barnett, Thomas J. N 10-52; 
PAMLICO TECH 

Trustees named 3-3; 
PARAMEDICAL EDUCATION 

1st doctor's assistants ready for duty N 26-6; 
PARKS 

Attract 2 million campgrounds increasing Ap 9-IV,4; Attendance up 1st 
half '67 Jl 23-11,10; 
PARKS, FORESTS STUDY COMM 

Group named D 1-8; 
PAROLES BOARD 

Wooten, Marvin R. reappointed Jl 22-20; Brown, Wade E. appointed Ag 23-28; 
PEACE COLLEGE 

Williams, John A. named trustee D 4-26; 
PEANUTS 

Aphids carry stunt virus from clover to peanuts Jl 3-16; 
PEMBROKE COLLEGE 

McMillan, R. D. and B. 0. Burns named trustees S 1-30; Britt, W. Earl 
appointed trustee S 28-12; 
PERSONAL PRIVACY 

Privilege bill clears hurdle My 11-8; 
PHARMACEUTICAL INDUSTRY 

Druggists' bill My 13-3; 



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PHYSICAL THERAPISTS 

Two appointed to state examining board Ag 5-5; 
PIRATES 

Gallows denied by delicate conditions N 19-IV,].; 
PITT CO 

Educators honored in portrait unveiling 9-3; 
PITT -GREENVILLE AIRPORT 

Pitt airport slates building dedication Ap 29-3; 
PLAN ASSURING COLLEGE EDUCATION IN NORTH CAROLINA 
see 
PACE 
POETRY COUNCIL 

Names state winners 15-10; 
POETS 

NC had 3 poets laureate My 28-111,2; 
POLITICS 

Its not all money in NC politics Ap 30-111,1; Ervin quietly starts 
campaign Je 12-3; Galifianakis demands Gardner retraction Je 16-5; Riddle of 
Eastern North Carolina (reprint from Winston-Salem Journal) Je 24-4; Britt's 
judgeship - Scott's drive Jl 7-8; Scott, Robert proves nimble on political 
high wire Jl 11-1; Taylor, Pat announces for Lt. Gov. Jl 11-1; 

Independent candidates - procedures (dome) Jl 13-1; Whitener, Basil L. 
considering Gov. race Jl 27-9; Gardner, James; Galiaf ianakis, Nick.Ag 6-4; 
Jonas will back Stickley as GOP governor nominee Ag 9-3; Gardner showing 
interest in 68 governor's contest Ag 19-1; East, John P. to be candidate for 
Sec. of State? (dome) Ag 22-1; 

Bowies', Scott, Godfred prospects (dome) Ag 27-1; Stickley-Gardner 
primary? Ag 27-7; OEO clears Durham anti-poverty group: political activity 
charges S 1-1; Harkins, Herschel announces candidacy for re-election: 
Buncombe S 3-8; Morgan, Bruton race shapes up S 6-1; 

"Little Hatch Act" pondered by state politicians (dome) S 9-1; Gardner 
not in Gov. race unless GOP keeps 4th district S 10-1; Several showing interest 
in race for Lt. Gov. S 13-1; Stickley leads Gardner in poll of GOP chairman 
S 26-1; Rowan politics lively 1-111,9; Wilkes tax collector resigns Mayor's 
post 8-8; 

Sanford hint no surprise for Ervin N 5-4; Who backs states most: 
Sanford or Senator Sam? N 5-111,5; Lake backer will joint Scott campaign 
team N 10-1; Young Democrat switches N 15-6; Austin jumps to GOP N 18-22; 
Bowles will pass up race N 23-1; Kornegay won't run next year N 28-1; 

Gilmore files for congress N 29-6; Events prove Scott right D 3-1; 
Jordan told push ethics — not Ervin D 3-1; Fierce battle shaping for 3rd 
district seat D 3-111,1; Candidacy of Osteen announced D 5-3; Jordan remains 
mum on referee proposal D 5-3; GOP fires shot at Scott: Conflict of interests 
My 20-5; 
POPULATION 

5,027,000 resident: census bureau estimate Jl 1 S 9-1; 
PORTS 

$2 million budget S 24-1; 
POVERTY 

see also 
ANTI-POVERTY PROGRAMS 

Wake poverty fighters Ap 23-10; Hunger in NC, what the evidence says Ag 3-4; 



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POVERTY (Cont.) 

Record of NC anti-poverty programs (dome) Ag 3-6; No place for politics, 
Moore says Ag 12-1; Shriver, Sargent says NC programs 'very good' Ag 13-16; 
5th in no. - 14th in amt. of OEO funds (dome) Ag 28-1; OEO clears Durham anti- 
poverty group: political activity charges S 1-1; Wake opportunities leads 
poverty attack S 17-8; 
PREYER, L. RICHARDSON 

Named chairman of Davidson board of visitors N 7-3; To make bid for 
Congress D 7-1 ; 
PRISONS AND PRISONERS 

McKinney, Horace takes new prison post Ap 2-1; Jail reform bill Ap 22-5; 
Board studying conjugal visits Ap 25-5; Time for reform (ed) Ap 25-4; Jail 
law revisions advanced My 12-11; Senate gives final okay to jail reform My 17-6; 
Suggested revision of state dept. My 27-1; Senate ok's new setup on prisons Je 24-] 

State dept. of prisons to become Dept. of Correction Je 28-1; New prisons 
setup Je 28-1; Chief plans strong escape curbs Jl 16-1; 'Shakedown' nets big 
haul at Central Prison Jl 19-26; Bounds says prisons need more cell units Ag 11-42; 
Fewer inmates in NC prisons S 10-111,13; Jail study comm. appointed S 30-7; 

2d prisoner knifed at Central 6-42; To be paid for labors 20-1; 
Third Odum stabbing probed N 16-1; Tempering with work release (ed) N 22-4; 
Burlington judge bars work release furlough D 10-18; Prison terms for youths 
improve D 11-1; Prisoner files $350,000 suit against 2 officials in Pitt D 13-6; 
PRIVATE SCHOOLS 

Biggerstaff, L. R. named head master of Northeast Academy Ag 12-3; 
Columbus Private School, Inc. organized at Whiteville Ag 12-3; Nash to act 
on private school's property bid D 8-38; School aid challenge right asked by 
Ervin D 30-7; 
PROBATION DIRECTOR 

Gibson, William H. appointed Ag 2-1; 
PROJECT OF THE AMERICAS 

PRAM spreads understanding Ap 16-7; 
PUBLIC UTILITIES 

Power factions battle at hearing My 5-10; 
PUBLIC WELFARE 

Ward, Robert H. named assist, commissioner of State Dept. Ap 7-42; 
Welfare bill seeks to help new residents My 6-15; Welfare group urges increased 
allowances My 10-8; Compliance bill enacted but effectiveness questioned Je 22- 
14; Policy of state board same (desegregation) Jl 13-1; 

Holley, Roy L. named comptroller of dept, Jl 14-44; Board head, Howison, 
calls for changes Jl 19-19; Howison speech (ed) Jl 20-2; Community Service's 
demonstration project lays groundwork Jl 23-11,11; Howison: changes in board's 
power Jl 29-1; Sellers, Emmett L. director of division of medical services Ag 22-6; 

Lyday, R. L. and Dr. Bruce B. Blackman named to board S 9-3; Goals of 
new U. S. agency told to welfare workers N 17-54; Durham sees pickets N 22-17; 
Unit defers action on medical payments N 22-26; 
QUEENS COLLEGE 

Smylie, Dr. John Edwin to be inaugurated president 25-3; 
RACIAL VIOLENCE 
see 
VIOLENCE 
RAILROADS 

House committee hears report on state controlled railroads Ap 13-10; 
State Utilities Comm. says Atlantic Coast line can't discontinue trains My 31-1; 



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RAILROADS (Cont.) 

Coast line, Seaboard to consolidate Je 4-111,1; 'All aboard' new line is 
born Jl 2-14; 
RALEIGH 

Raleigh's most exciting day Ap 30-111,2; New city council takes office 
today Jl 1-20; Law authorized Raleigh to take 'satellite cities' under 
municipal wing Jl 2-4; 5 cent tax rate hike approved Jl 6-36; North Hills: 
hub for sub-city Jl 23-111,1; New officers of Chamber of Commerce D 7-41; 
RAPE 

Wynn leaves prison on pardon by Moore 7-1; 3 get life terms in assault 
D 14-40; 
REALTORS 

Godwin, David L. elected president of NC assoc. 15-20; 
RECREATION 

Study of C and D changes, state resources Ap 18-1; 
REDISTRICTING 

Six senators get districting task Ap 6-8; Another districts plan forth- 
coming Ap 8-5; Districting work set Ap 27-20; Districts bill on launching pad 
My 9-1; Districts plan gets approval My 10-1 May page 8; Remap action delayed 
My 11-1; He'll seek to block My 14-1,10; 

Senate to tackle redistricting My 14-1,10; Triangle area received huge 
grants (dome) My 15-1; Inviting court action? (ed) My 23-4; Proposal gets 
Senate ok My 24-1; Sen. Ervin says he would have written measure differently 
My 30-3; New districting plan introduced in house Je 6-3; 

Keep our districts apart; thats Wake, Durham plea Je 8-1; House unit gets 
remap bill today Je 22-1; Numbered seat bill advanced Je 22-14; House unit 
reports out remap bill Je 23-1; Limiting competition (ed) Je 23-4; They want 
to remain in district (5th) Je 26-3; Delay move seen on districts bill Je 27-7; 

Stalemate develops Je 28-1; Next speaker? (ed) Je 29-4; Redistricting 
job back to courts Je 30-8; Federal court asked to realign Jl 4-6; Assembly 
enacts compromise map of new alignment Jl 4-1; New comgressional map has 
Democratic look Jl 8-1 Map 5; 

Whitener hits Kemp, Scott on remap bill Jl 5-8; Drum, Renn, Jr. believes 
courts will uphold bill Jl 6-3; Whitener ripped for rap on remap Jl 7-1; 
Districts leave political orphans Jl 9-1; Court okays district plan; hints 
change Jl 28-1; Delay bill refused N 9-1; 

Reapportionment for county boards? N 24-42; Numbered seats lull 
producing problems D 13-36; 
REGIONAL MEDICAL PROGRAM 

Regional medical grant made Je 29-9; 
REHABILITATION 

Liquor price increase bill My 12-11; 
RELIGION 

A revolution in the churches? Ji 2-111,1; 
REPUBLICAN PARTY 

Seeking rail position for race S 24-4; 
RESEARCH 

State ranks 29th in getting federal research funds (dome) Jl 31-1; 
RESEARCH TRIANGLE 

Triangle universities rank high in grants Ap 14-42; Described as research 
leader Jl 18-19; Textile chemist and colorist: new journal S 10-14; Pair named 
to comm. 6-42; Triangle Park, Nash get facilities N 10-1; Moore dedicates 
lab N 16-41; 



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RETARDATION COUNCIL 

2 appointed Je 22-28; 
REVOLUTIONARY ACTION MOVEMENT 

China-based Robert F. Williams wants to return Ag 4-1; 
REYNOLDS FOUNDATION 

Lybrook, William R. elected president N 11-15; 
RICHARDSON FOUNDATION 

$420,000 is awarded to 4 schools D 14-6; 
RICHMOND TECH 

Dedicated Sunday D 4-26; 
RIOTS 

see also 
VIOLENCE 

Anson bombing linked to race bias Jl 1-1 (ed) p. 4 Gov. speech Jl 1-20; 
Coltrane sees law, order returning to Guilford area Jl 13-5; Fuller joins 
protest over riot control: Durham, guard troops face mob in riot training S 25-1; 
ROADS 

see also 
HIGHWAYS 

Truckers twin trailer bill (ed) My 24-2; Perimeter parkway proposed Ag 27- 
111,2; Toll road plans killed S 8-40; Secondary road policies hit by north- 
eastern legislators S 26-3; Hunt hits Sanford on toll road idea 25-1; 'Look 
who's talking' (ed) 26-4; Most of state's jobs done by private enterprise N 8-1; 

NC puts least per capita in roads N 18-1; Hunt answers critics on inter- 
state roads N 22-3; Virginia toll road a Tar Heel lesson N 26-1; Moore puts 
stress on east, names roads study panel D 2-1; Udall bars plans for road across 
Smoky Mountains D 10-18; State faces Hill-Burton fund cut D 16-1; 

Record-breaking year D 30-20; 
ROANOKE-CHOWAN TECH 

Jernigan, Rep. Robert H. elected chairman of board of trustees Ag 16-3; 
1st classes held 26-3; First certificates presented at institute D 13-6; 
Graduates 18 in 1st nurses aid class D 22-6; 
ROANOKE RAPIDS 

Stokes, Oscar B. named city manager Ag 11-34; Police chief resigns, 
Duffee, J. Y. Ag 15-3; 
ROCKY MOUNT 

100 years of progress My 14-Special section; 100th birthday My 21-111,4; 
Moore suggests IEC My 24-8; Orderly change seeps into Eastern NC 29-111,3; 
SBI 

Will begin probe at kickback charges (Western Carolina Tel. Co.) Ag 24-7; 
13 arrested: Motel raid Lexington Ag 27-1; 
SAINT ANDREWS COLLEGE 

Prexy of St. Andrews planning retirement Ap 29-3; Overholser, Mrs. Grace 
to be assistant dean of students My 24-14; 
SAINT AUGUSTINE'S COLLEGE 

St. Augustines sets exercises My 16-3; Observes 100th birthday My 21-1,5; 
Keck, Mrs. Thelma Mitchell appointed assistant to the Public relations director 
Jl 11-22; New era dawns at college 8-13; "Telelectures" broaden program of 
instruction 25-28; Installs president (Robinson, Dr. Prezell R. ) N 5-1; 
SALES TAX 

Local option sales taxing Ap 22-1; Rejection of tax plan Je 28-3; 



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SAMARCAND MANOR 

Opens house 29-IV,l; 
SANFORD, TERRY 

Stronger role for states urged in study Je 14-3; "Storm over the States" 
(ed) 17-4; May seek Senate seat 29-4; Named to Davidson College board 
N 3-18; Amplifies toll road stand N 14-1; More 'organized' than Sen* Ervin 
N 30-3; NC has taken a fair-minded look (at race relations) D 8-16 Still 
testing sentiment of voters D 15-50; 
SANDHILLS COMMUNITY COLLEGE 

Plays and books of drama given to library S 26-7; 
SCHOOL FOOD PROGRAMS 

Concern Rep. Jim Ramsey, Person Co. Ap 9-5; Restrictive nickel (ed) Ap 10-4; 
Other brown bag Ap 12-4; Extra funds allotted for school breakfast Ap 26-6; 
Lunches (dome) My 2-12; Carroll leads plea for school food aid My 18-1; Moore* 
lunchroom fund requests go against state policy My 30-1; Moore? mistating the 
issue (ed. ) My 30-4; 
SCHOOLS 

see also 
DES EGREG AT ION ; DROPOUTS 

Franklinton Supt. Fred W. Rogers will not return Ap 9-21; Wake Co. board 
reluctantly re-elects Fred A. Smith Ap 11-1; Smith offers to leave Ap 14-1; 
Board turns on heat for Smith to leave Ap 15-1; School merger bill, expected 
Ap 18-5; Wake principals support Smith Ap 18-24; 

From secrecy to surprise (ed.) Ap 20-4; Wake teachers want dismissal 
procedures Ap 22-22; Wake school board teachers to meet Ap 25-24; School 
suit brought against Northampton Ap 27-44; Self proven incapacity (ed.) Ap 28-4; 
Attorney General office says board blundered Ap 29-24; 

Moore comments on resignations My 2-12; Davis, SBI discuss Smith case 
My 4-40; Experimental school bill clears panel My 4-7; Davis plans statement 
on talk to SBI My 5-42; Edenton group pushes school consolidation My 6-6; 
Henderson to vote on merger My 8-8; 

Davis says Smith didn't tell truth My 9-1; Fussell new head of Wake's 
schools My 9-22; Compulsory school age hike My 11-9; Easier merger plan My 11- 
10; Election of Mrs. Gentry sealed My 11-48; Panel praises Penn. proposal 
(attendance) My 12-8; Merger bill opposed by Wake legislators My 13-22; 

Vote set in Chowan My 13-3; Approved merger of Edenton and Chowan My 17-1; 
House passes merger bill My 17-6; Pamlico (desegregation) is ordered My 17-3; 
Exhaustive study of schools My 18-10; School plan discussed (Elizabeth City) 
My 18-3; Wake C. supt. Fred A. Smith sues for job My 19-1; 

School merger bill enacted My 27-20; Moore: misstating the issue (lunchroom 
funds, ed.) My 30-4; Moore: lunchroom fund requests go against state policy 
My 30-1; (Smith) wins case against Wake Co* School Board Je 2-1; Former Wake 
Co. Supt. Fred A. Smith wins case Je 2-1; Two school suits slated Je 20-1; 

Counties can elect boards Je 28-1; School age bill killed Je 28-8; Drop- 
out bill goes to Senate Je 29-30; School age bill dies Je 29-8; Study bill on 
schools enacted Je 29-8; Carroll: Text Book funds insufficient Je 30-8; 
Madison measure enacted Je 30-8; Serve or save advancement school (ed.) Jl 2-111,45 

Durham schools part of 'Follow through' Jl 3-8; Lexington 'Middle' school 
funded Jl 5-14; Sampson dispute — Claude H. Moore, principal, fired Jl 8-3; 
Teacher allotments prove case, Gary parents argue Jl 19-26; 12 charged in racial 
conspiracy to prevent integrations Rowan and Cabarrus counties Jl 19-1, KKK link 
(dome) Jl 19-1; 



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SCHOOLS (Cont.) 

7 school districts clear: desegregation guidelines Jl 22-1; Elliott, E. A. 
principal Bethel Union asked to resign; misuse of school lunchroom funds Jl 25-1; 
Title III providing $5 million in NC Jl 28-3; Moore names several to boards of 
schools Ag 2-19; Enrollment in Jones discussed by NAACP Ag 3-3; 

Holliday, Joseph Q. appointed director of secondary education for Raleigh 
school system Ag 12-22; Negro unit closed in Lincolnton Ag 12-5; Cary school 
dispute to be aired in court Ag 15-24; Guard watches new Anson high school 
Ag 19-3; Franklin school ruling appealed Ag 22-3; 

Break with tradition urged: Dr. Charles F. Carroll Ag 24-38; Catholic 
schools to merge Ag 26-22; Comm. established to study NC public schools-- 
members named Ag 26-1; Prayers to continue in most schools Ag 27-14; Prayers 
still a non-issue (ed.) Ag 27-111,4; 400 in Anson boycott school Ag 29-5; 

Judge backs Wake board in Cary case S 2-22; Legal ambush: Cary dispute 
(ed.) S 3-111,4; System reaccredited: Shallotte S 3-4; Anson arguments heard; 
judge promises decision soon S 6-3; 'Freedom of choice' waning S 11-4; Bertie 
school ruling delayed S 12-3; Franklin pupil plea rejected S 13-1; 

63 prayer ruling still brings different interpretations S 13-26; Wake 
school system plans written pregnancy policy S 13-26; Supplement ruling 
deferred at Plymouth S 16-3; Director, consultants employed for NC public 
schools study S 21-1; Rankin hits centralization in NC S 30-3; 

6 Craven Co. schools seek accreditation 6-18; Units lose funds 20-1; 
One-room schools may return in state 23-26; Justices: bad time to halt school 
(Cary) N 2-36; Study of schools to focus on organization, finances N 2-1; 
Sampson plan (ed.) N 3-4; Year-round operation under study N 12-20; 

Pace here is studies (desegregation) N 15-28; Committees organize for 
study of schools N 17-14; Appeals court backs Anson (desegregation) case 
decision N 18-7; Fate of experimental school funds in Congress N 19-9; Major 
guidelines suit considered (desegregation) N 22-1; High court upholds Gary 
school ruling (desegregation) N 23-52; 

Study group faces a question of values N 23-1; Hooked on reluctance 
(desegregation) (ed.) N 24-4; Franklin seeks reversal of school case decision 
N 25-5; Govt, says Jones school challenge without merit N 30-8; Bertie 
picketers lose appeal D 4-1; Board amends school regulations D 8-56; 

Experimental 12-month program predicted for Tar Heel schools D 8-38; 
Better leadership desired for schools D 16-22; 
SCHOOLS— REVENUE 

Increased state aid My 6-5; School tax drive begun My 12-48; Proposal 
that some capital improvements funds for higher education (dome) My 18-1; 
SCHOOLS- -TRANSPORTATION 

School bus accident bill My 18-10; Safety claims defeated S 29-1; 
SCOTT, BOB 

Roads to be big issue S 24-8; Applies spur to Moore 26-1; Hits at 
hiring of Fuller N 15-1; Out-Herod Herod? (ed) N 16-4; UNC-G prison chiefs 
respond to Scott talk N 16-1; Says law, order necessary N 18-3; 
SELMA 

Centennial opening S 16-1; 
SHAW UNIV 

Place for the Negro school (ed) My 15-4; Ohio State to assist Shaw in 
new division Ag 25-8; Buildings almost ready Ag 30-26; 
SHIPWRECKS 

Diving firm appeals treasure hunt order Jl 28-40; State defends order 
on shipwrecks S 6-11; 



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SOCIETY OF FRIENDS 

Quakers begin meet at Guilford Jl 23-11,9; 
SOUTHEASTERN COMMUNITY COLLEGE 

Comer, Evan Philip named president Je 2-3; Gets new dean (Gustafson, Dr. 
Robert K.) D 15-34; 
SOUTHERN ASSOC OF STATE UNIVERSITIES AND LAND GRANT COLLEGES 

Caldwell, Dr. John T. elected president 4-11; 
SOUTHERN GOVERNORS* CONFERENCE 

Adopt plan for uplifting negro colleges S 13-1; 
SOUTHPORT 

Quiet zone; town dreaming Jl 16-IV,1; 
SPEAKER BAN LAW 

Still around for 4th birthday Je 25-7; 
SPORTS CAR RACING 

N 12-111,1; 
STATE BUILDINGS 

State library and utilities comm. to move Ap 6-34; Work begins on 
revenue annex D 15-50; 
STATE BUREAU OF INVESTIGATION 
see 
SBI 
STATE COLLEGE 
see 
NC STATE UNIV 
STATE CONTRACTS 

State sets bid opening on graders D 12-26; 5 firms refuse to bid on state 
grader contract D 15-1; Contracts on graders lucrative for years D 16-22; 
Only one bid (ed) D 16-4; Private road contractors using few Gallon graders D 17- 
1; Specifications called fair D 17-1; Sour explanation (ed) D 20-4; 

Grader firm files formal protest D 21-1; Moore asks board to hold open 
meeting on graders D 22-1; 1960 grader contract records not available to 
reporter (dome) D 23-1; 
STATE EMPLOYEES 

Scott boosts doubled raises Je 10-1; Retired to reap new benefits Je 18-10; 
Pay raises take big budget slice Jl 8-5; Pay boosted Jl 21-1; NC eases policy 
on family hiring Ag 5-1; Brooks retiring as disbursing officers to be replaced 
by George S. Lambert D 7-2; Salary raises awarded 13 D 9-1; ... reminded of 
political activity curb (dome) D 14-1; 
STATE EMPLOYEES ASSOC 

Burden appointed head 12-1; 
STATE FAIR 

Birchers are in, Klan out S 23-22; 100 fairs of progress 8-111,1; 
Opens today 9-1; 
STATE MEDICAL SOCIETY 

Doctors slate meeting My 8-8; 
STATE OFFICIALS 

Even more doubtful-double office holding (ed) S 2-4; Tate, Earl H. 
regains seat: double office-holding S 28-1; 
STEWARTSVILLE 

Historic cemetery dedication set Je 9-28; 
STICKLEY, JOHN 

Off and running N 3-1; East-west expressway promised N 18-3; Age no 
handicap, says candidate D 3-17; Law, order program proposed D 12-6; 



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STORIES 

Tall tale territory Ap 23-111,1; 
STORMS 

Freakish coastal storm damages protective dunes and property D 10-23; 
STRIKES 

Brunswick plant incidents Je 1-1; Textiles strike new experience for 
Columbus area Je 18-111,1; Arbitration hearing set in Craven 24-3; Walkout 
ends in New Bern 27-5; 
STUDENTS 

Tar Heel youth confident of future education, jobs N 19-13; 
SUPREME COURT 

Carteret (Co. commissioner) case dismissal overruled Ap 13-3; Desk warrants 
held illegal in state Ap 13-1; State can't pay fees in federal proceedings 
Ap 13-1; Below-cost sales for milk upheld My 25-1; Line drawn on right to 
counsel S 21-1; 
SURF CITY 

Settlement reached with Jones-Onslow Electric membership Corp. Ag 8-3; 
Street lights return N 1-3; 
SYMPHONY 

see also 
NC SYMPHONY SOCIETY 

Home base a 'special privilege D 3-1; 
TAX-EXEMPT BONDS 

Test case opens 4-1; Law to get industry receives favorable ruling 5-1; 
TAX STUDY COMM 

Appointments complete group Ag 24-38; 
TAXES 

see also 
SALES TAX 

Moore 'firmly committed' to tax cut plan Ap 15-1; Tax change proposed 
in vendors My 18-10; 2-cent cigarette tax My 18-10; Committee says 'no' 
to local sales tax My 25-1; Action delayed on tax bill Je 6-1; House enacts 
Moore's tax cut package Je 7-1; Successfully mislabeled (ed) Je 8-4; 

Sales tax bill step from law Je 29-8; Mecklenburg tax election allowed 
Je 30-1; Allsbrook loses fight for nickels for alcoholic rehabilitation Jl 1-8; 
Tobacco tax bill beaten Jl 5-8; Tobacco tax bill beaten Jl 6-14; Rate retained 
in Craven Jl 25-3; License tax levied on game machines Ag 12-22; 

Lt. Gov. Scotts 'Sales tax important' Ag 22-3; Sales tax gains draw envy 
S 8-1; Back door (ed) school taxes S 17-111,4; Sales tax wins in Mecklenburg 
N 14-1; Localities renew drive for more revenue D 8-1; Utilities seek tax 
revision D 9-1; One at a time (ed) D 10-111,4; Relief and rhetoric (ed) D 31-111,5; 
TEACHERS 

Consider sanctions Ap 1-1; Sanctions hit by Governor as 'entirely 
unnecessary' Ap 4-6; NCEA action averts sanction stand now Ap 8-1; Lt. Gov. 
Scott views on teacher raises Ap 10-1; Currituck board votes supplement Ap 11-3; 
Teachers find it hard to say 'thanks' Ap 12-1; 

Determining the competancy of teachers isn't easy Ap 20-16; NC teachers 
win battle Ap 22-1; Teacher term bill My 5-10; Pay (dome) My 14-1; Pay goals 
too high says Sen. Tom White My 20-1; Losing 10,000 state employees and teachers 
every year My 24-26; Moore and salaries (ed) My 25-4; Moore's revised budget 
has more for teachers My 24-1; Forsyth school sanctions voted My 26-1; 



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TEACHERS (Cont.) 

Sanction move deplored by Moore My 30-22; NCTA directors ok merger plan 
Je 10-1; Judge rules against teacher at Weldon Je 15-38; Tenure bill dies in 
committee Je 15-6; Elizabeth City State College board reopens teacher exam 
issue Je 22-3; Educators reply to lawmakers Je 28-8; 

Tar Heel teacher (Koontz, Elizabeth) due to lead NEA Jl 6-8; Bertie 
faculty integration asked Ag 19-3; State's schools short teachers Ag 20-1; 
New Bern faculty integration sought Ag 26-3; Franklin assignment action slated 
soon Ag 29-5; Carroll, Dr. Charles F. feels teacher vacancies filled S 3-17; 

Leader salary court test due in Washington Co. S 14-1; Bill (pay 
supplement) passed quietly, but — S 15-44; Court backs retirement cases S 21-18; 
Merit plan attacked by Dawson S 23-3; Burlington teachers ask pay increases 
6-18; Burlington teachers boycott 13-26; 

Boycotting teachers warned at Burlington 23-26; Educational leaders can 
prevent revolts 26-11; Pay supplement upheld in court order N 17-10; Needed 
for handicapped N 18-7; Scholarships credited with adding new teachers D 3-10; 
Board holds teacher cheated D 8-1; 

Teacher is innocent, contends her lawyer D 9-5; Plan would open teaching 
jobs to more people D 15-50; Seek special session D 17-8; One in 10 in nation 
is teacher D 31-5; 
TEACHERS' EXAMS 

The best test (ed) D 10-111,4; 
TECHNICAL SCHOOLS 

Accredited: Fayetteville Tech. N 30-22; 
TELEVISION 

see also 
EDUCATIONAL TELEVISION 

WRAL-TV wins split decision Jl 8-1; 
TERROR BILL 

Anti-terror package My 5-10; Terrorism measures approved My 10-2; House 
concurs My 18-24; 
TEXAS GULF SULPHUR 

Caution flag is up (ed) Ap 18-4; Gets option on land Ap 18-23; Spirits 
high on junket Ap 20-16; Protests (letter to ed) My 17-4; NC officials look at 
mining laws My 19-1; Rap stories on mineral search in Organge County My 28-111,2; 
Trying to purify air Ag 13-111, 12; 
TEXTBOOKS 

Selection method on textbooks hit D 17-1; Your money, our brains D 26-4; 
TEXTILE INDUSTRY 

Pay hikes planned Ag 1-1; Seeks to stem import flow N 5-3; 
TOBACCO 

Leaf loan stocks down My 5-3; Tobacco sales tax My 9-1; Tobacco Study 
report disputed My 10-12; Lonesome (dome) My 16-1; 2 cent cigarette tax 
My 18-10; Wallace Lawrence elected Pres. of East Carolina warehouse assoc. 
My 30-13; Leaf dates chosen amid threats Je 30-1; 

Growers vote 'yes' on leaf quota plan Jl 19-1; Greenville market ready 
for auctions Aug. 24 Ag 15-9; Royster lambasts Gardner proposal 28-7; 
Tobacco road 'Buttlegging' for amateurs N 12-1; Cigarette profiteers within 
NC laws N 23-52; Cigarettes rated on tar, nicotine N 28-1; 

Only 4 state lawmakers puff on weeds regularly D 10-14; Give leaf 
committee power, says Moore D 30-1; 



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TOURIST TRADE 

C and D picks sites for centers Ap 19-3; Greater tourist dollar efforts 
stressed My 2-3; 
TOURISTS 

Crowds show summer drop S 28-42; Welcome centers' construction set N 22-5; 
TOWNS 

Lillington gets top development award N 18-22; 
TRUCKING 

Use of 'twin' trucks sought Ap 14-8; Twin truck bill filed in house Ap 28-8; 
Evidence not in (ed) Ap 30-111,4; Twins (dome) My 3-3; Railroads raise roof 
My 4-7; Questions remain in truckers bill (ed) My 7-111,5; Godwin: Restrict 
'Twin trailers' My 9-1; Safety is the issue (ed) My 10-4; 

Twin truck debate My 10-8; Twin trailer bill My 18-67; 
TRUTH IN LENDING 

see 
INTEREST RATES 
TWENTIETH CENTURY FUND 

Reports Improve lot of South' s underprivileged 16-1; 
UNIVERSITIES AND COLLEGES 

NC Colleges get grants My 9-2; Standards authority for board My 18-24; 
NC State U., Meredith plan student 'trading' program Je 6-8; Report outlines 
Negro college needs Ag 1-1; Integration gains small in colleges Ag 25-1; 
Goals told for negro institutions, Moore speech Ag 31-1; 

Critics draw fire of negro colleges S 4-13; New degrees get approval 
S 16-17; Special section -includes statistics S 20-2; $350,000 released to 
Negro colleges N 18-22; Accredited* 5 institutions N 30-22; Super chairs 
for scholars center of academic storm D 25-7; 
UNC-CH 

Hodges agreeable to delay in action on trustee plan Ap 4-3; Trustee 
proposal will be offered Ap 12-6; Art springs at UNC - fine arts festival 
Ap 13-1; Trustees (dome) Ap 18-6; Office (dome) Ap 25-1; Sharp's Drake 
dealings told Ap 26-1; Bill seeks to reduce UNC board Ap 29-5; 

Bills would put Friday office in Raleigh My 3-1; Trustees seek own x 
revamping plan My 5-1; Ragsdale to file UNC bill My 6-1; Trustees set showdown 
My 9-1; Another trustees proposal My 10-8; Hearing slated next week on UNC 
trustee proposals My 11-10; Gets $496 million for science My 12-1; 

Trustees avoid stand My 13-1; 81 added to faculty at UNC My*13-13; 
Nat. Science Foundation grant (dome) My 15-1; School of L. S.-Dean post 
announced at UNC My 17-7; Board change opposed My 23-1; Trustees elect White, 
Mrs. Pryer, Cooper My 23-1; Find UNC-CH full My 23-1; 

House panel divided on trustee bills My 25-8; Morgan opposes board cut 
My 26-44; Compromise plan on trustees set Je 1-10; Trustees plan sails forward 
Je 2-1; Trustee changes backed in tentative senate note Je 8-7; Senate passes 
trustee bill Je 13-7; Trustee plan killed Je 21-1; 

Trustee selection plan set Je 23-1; Committee begins trustee balloting 
Je 29-8; 27 picked as UNC trustees Je 30-16; Wilson, Dr. Frank C. appointed 
chief of Div. of Orthopedic Surgery at NC Memorial Hospital Ag 12-22; Steele, 
Max to head creative writing program Ag 24-9; 4 writers in residence Ag 27-10; 

Wells, Sam to fashion Richardson Fellows Program S 3-10; Still hasn't 
recovered from housing shortage of 1795 S 10-111,2; Right leader (Howard 
Fuller) hired S 17-8; Denies hindering probe (drugs) S 21-3; Fuller hiring is 
defended by Dean S 22-3; Chancellor denies race bias at UNC S 28-41; 



39 



UNC-CH (Cont.) 

Off-campus living for coeds permitted S 28-26; Building named for 
Daniels 7-1; Trustees receive Fuller report in "Silence" 7-1; Conant, 
Dr. Lucy H. new dean of school of nursing 14-11; Dedicates dental research 
center 16-24; Unparalleled progress 22-111,1; 

Lapse in Greensboro (ed) N 6-4; Recruit negroes plan sparks UNC debate 
D 9-3; Project gets coordinator: Textoris, Dr. Daniel A. D 17-7; 
UNC-G 

Loester, Richard Paul named director of admissions My 19-3; Greene, John 
Lee, Jr. named director of the news bureau My 27-13; Dedication of William D. 
Carmichael building Je 1-32; Writer (Buchwald) enlivens exercises Je 5-3; 
Chancellor frowns on suggestion UNC-G and NC A & T be consolidated Jl 8-3; 

Library gets preliminary O.K. Ag 14-3; McSpadden, Dr. George E e to 
head Dept. of Romance Languages Ag 20-19; Day care center drawbacks tackled 
S 28-25; Ferguson, James S. to be installed chancellor S 28-8; Chancellor 
installed, Ferguson, Dr. James S„ 7-3; Ph.D. program in English set D 7-7; 
URBAN RENEWAL 

Urban renewal must keep human element My 7-111,5; 
UTILITIES COMM 

Clawson Williams Jr. and Maurice A. Biggs, Jr. named Ag 22-1; Williams, 
Clawson Jr. and Maurice Alex Biggs, Jr. sowrn in (dome) S 6-1; 
VANDALISM 

Fire set at NCEA bldg. Ap 4-24; 
VIOLENCE 

see also 
RIOTS - 

Moore pledges support to Franklin in night-rider case S 16-3; Anson 
negroes stop militants S 20-8; Worse than unlucky (ed) S 23-4; SBI focusing 
on Anson Co. S 24-16; Bertie dynamiting probed 24-3; Rioting quelled in 
Winston-Salem N 3-1; It can happen here (ed) N 4-4; 

Police fire guns into air to disperse Negro crowd N 4-1; National guard 
keeps watch in twin city N 5-1; Voice of protest muffled in city of progress: 
Winston-Salem N 6-1; Guard dwindles; twin city quiet N 7-1; Greene negro 
home fired upon N 14-1; Dynamite blasts kills fire capt. N 23-1; 

Gunman did not aim high D 27-3; Sheriff's car dynamited N 28-1; Anson 
probe pictured as nearing solution D 6-1; FBT investigates Wilkes Church blast 
D 27-3; 
VOICE OF AMERICA 

Policy S 24-111,11; New chief tours NC facilities 20-6; 
VOTER REGISTRATION 

Salisbury man files suit N 16-16; 
VOTER'S HANDBOOK 

Approved; sent to printers Jl 22-13; 
VOTING 

Residency rule bill advances My 4-6; Voting age bills move My 4-6; 
Residency bill My 6-5; Halifax negroes ask probe My 9-7; 



40 



VOTING (Cont.) 

Law to end single-shot voting My 9-7; Senate passes poll time bill My 10-8; 
Voting age bill gains My 10-1; Voter age bill dies My 11-1; Voting (dome) 
My 12-1; Voting age study My 12-11; Voting residency legislation My 17-6; 
Gaston Co. is target for justice dept. Je 10-3; Conservatives rate Tar Heel 
delegation voting record S 7-3; 
WAKE CO BD OF HEALTH 

Dr. Millard Hill elected chairman Je 13-22; 
WAKE CO SCHOOL BD 

Admission of incompetence (ed. Fred Smith case) Je 4-111,4; 
WAKE FOREST 

College receives $1 million gift Ap 9-7; Wake Forest prexy named: Scales, 
Dr. J. Ralph Ap 29-1; Clonts, Forrest W. and Folk, Dr. E. E. will retire My 28- 
1,13; To become University My 28-1,21; Lucas, G. F. appointed a vice president 
Jl 8-5; Wilson, Dr. Edwin G. appointed provost 14-17; 
WARRENTON 

Disastrous fire Ag 16-1; 
WATER 

see also 
AIR POLLUTION; WATER AND AIR RESOURCES; WATER POLLUTION 

Wilmington council restores industry's water My 20-1; Battle begins on 
bill My 24-6; 'Established right' legislation (ed) My 26-4; Texas Gulf says 
water not salty My 26-6; Consultants differed honestly state and industry 
My 27-3; Unfinished business (ed) Je 18-111,4; Bill ok'd by senate group Je 21-12; 

Texas Gulf gave up rights, says solon Je 21-12; Senate endorses water 
bill Je 23-8; Use bill becomes law Je 24-1; Dare gets water fund Jl 8-1; 
New laws important; assembly roundup Jl 21-3; Projects approved by U. S. House 
appropriations committee Jl 21-27; 

Neuse dam start seen in late '68 Ag 22-24; Safeguards will be expanded 
S 28-1; 
WATER AND AIR RESOURCES 

Whitfield, J. Vivian to head new board: others appointed Ag 23-1; State 
board to apply for anti-pollution funds S 8-1; 
WATER POLLUTION 

State responsibility (ed) Ap 14-4; Anti-pollution bill drawing opposition 
Ap 19-8; Controls with teeth (ed) Ap 21-4; Anti-pollution plan assailed 
Ap 27-1; Not quite stifled (ed) Ap 28-4; Better pollution bill (ed) My 7-111,4; 
Pollution battle (ed) My 7-111,5; Teeth added to pollution bill My 10-8; 

Improved bill (ed) My 11-4; Mooresville warned My 13-3; Water, Air bill 
My 17-6; Only results count (ed) Jl 5-4; Provisos of water rules hit N 17-1; 
Program for technicians gains national attention N 19-11; Computer to guard 
NC waters N 28-1; Cary firm cited D 9-24; 
WATERSHEDS 

Watershed bill sought My 2-6; Johnson's introduce watershed bill My 12-12; 
WELCOME CENTERS 

State will seek bids in Jan. on 1st two welcome centers D 21-36; 
WELFARE DEPT 

Hamlin, Ed. named administrative director Ap 4-3; 
WESLEYAN COLLEGE 

Trustees report My 25-2; Jenness, Dr. Arthur F. named chairman of newly 
organized psychology dept. S 15-3; Plantation given N 17-1; 



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WESTERN CAROLINA COLLEGE 

WCC prexy will retire My 2-1; 
WESTERN CAROLINA TELEPHONE CO 

SBI will begin probe of kickbacks charges Ag 24-7; 
WESTERN CAROLINA UN IV 

Receives $50,000 grant Jl 3-8; 
WILDLIFE RESOURCES COMM 

Protector retired; another to be transferred N 9-40; 
WILMINGTON COLLEGE 

College to get new computer Ap 25-17; Gaining recognition Ag 27-8; 
WILMINGTON 

They make preservation pay; historical foundation S 24-IV,l; 
WILMINGTON INDUSTRIAL DEVELOPMENT CORPORATION 

Committee of 100 - the formula works Jl 30-10; 
WINE 

Onslow made pink champagne due to be marketed in 1971 15-18; 
WINSTON-SALEM ST. COLLEGE 

Short $2,113; no prosecution slated S 9-1; 
WITCHCRAFT 

Voodoo in Asheville My 21-1,11; 
WOFFORD COLLEGE 

Duke professor (Hardin, Paul III) to head school N 1-3; 
WOMEN 

Distaff pay, job bias emphasized N 22-26; 
WOMEN'S CLUBS 

Mrs. George H. Cates is president of federation Jl 23-9; Faison woman 
named Jl 23-IV,2; 
W. W. HOLDING INSTITUTE 

Expected to mushroom Je 4-17; 
WYNN, HIAWATHA 

Not anxious to turn other cheek 18-1; 
ZOOS 

Study unit appointed Je 1-10; Advice given to state study group Je 27-22; 



1968 



NEWS AND OBSERVER INDEX 

A AND T UNIV 
see 
NC A8.T 
ABC 

see also 
LIQUOR BY THE DRINK; TAXES 

Pair fired in ABC audit at Wake unit F 13-1; SBI probe asked in 
shortage F 15-34; Pair indicted in Wake case F 20-24; Beer licenses 
lifted for violations Mr 5-5; Men followed their noses Columbia Ap 9-19; 
'Beerlegged' brew issue foams in state Je 24-1; 

655 NC stills seized in 1968 Jl 31-6; Two men sentenced in ABC 
fund fraud S 5-1; Orders Orange to fire supervisor S 10-24; Agent 
drinks some evidence N 20-1; Wake moonshiner talks about trade D 8-IV,l; 
ACCIDENTS 

11% of NC fatalities in '67 are pedestrians Mr 17-11,10; Three 
drown near Manteo Jl 21-1; 
ADVANCEMENT SCHOOL 

Sets opening today Ja 3-23; 
ADVISORY BUDGET COMM 

Warren named My 18-22; 
AGED AND AGE 

State's elderly face medical gap N 24-1; 
AGRICULTURE 

see also 
TOBACCO 

Laws protect grower, user Ap 1-21; 27 more receive sentences in 
Craven hail fraud trial Ap 20-3; NC in top 10 in ag exports Je 17-21; 
AIR POLLUTION 
see also 
WATER AND AIR RESOURCES 

Program guidelines adopted Ap 9-5; Industries are focal point 
for 'Delco fog 1 probe Je 30-1; 
ALCOHOLIC CONTROL BOARD 
see 
ABC 
AMBULANCE SERVICE 

Co. boards face ambulance service funeral Ja 1-1; 
AMERICAN LEGION 

Legionnaries elect new state officers Je 24-8; 
ANTI -POVERTY PROGRAMS 

Scott hits youth project: tells of 'kickback' complaints Ag 8-1; 
Moore asks probe of charges in Wake Ag 9-1; Worker says black power 
boosted in Wake Ag 9-42; Pastor indicted in fraud N 22-1; 
APPALACHIAN STATE UNIV 

Names Hall assistant purchasing agent Je 27-3; 
APPOINTMENTS 

Eagles, Sidney S., appointed revisor of statutes with NC General 
Statutes Comm. Ja 4-2; Pair appointed to State Bd. of Sanitarian, 
Examiners Ja 11-38; Harris, Dr. J. Braxton, to be supervisor in teacher 
education and assistant director of division of teacher education 
Ja 25-20; Constitution study panel appointed Mr 25-1; 



APPOINTMENTS (Cont.) 

Scott appoints Ben Roney as administrative assistant N 20-1; 
Murray, Earp, named by Scott N 26-1; 
ARCHEOLOGY 

Dig at Fayetteville arsenal Jl 7-111,2; 
ARCHIVES AND HISTORY 

Crittenden giving up top archives post; Jones, Dr. H. G., named 
S 18-48; 
ARSON 

Ex-officer gets 35-38 year term Ap 13-1; 
ART 

Sidewalk art shows Wilson My 16-36; Winners of art show at Kerr 
Lake named My 24-11; 
ART MUSEUM 
see 
NC MUSEUM OF ART . 
ARTS 

Kinston arts festival awards presented Ap 26-8; 
ARTS COUNCIL 

Marston, E. B„, named director Ag 4-18; Giving impact to NC scene 
N 24-V,l; State arts council awards seven grants D 13-54; 
ASSOC OF EASTERN NC COLLEGES 

Whitaker, Dr, Bruce E. will head My 17-8; 
ASSOC OF ROANOKE-CHOWAN INSTITUTIONS 

Elects new chairman, McBride, Virgil L. My 18-3; 
AWARDS 

see also 
names of awards 

Jaycees at Garner pick top farmer Ja 1-22; Ethridge, Mark, 
receives William Allen White award Ja 11-3; Raleigh Times gets two 
awards Ja 19-17; Cedar Grove man (Oscar A. Compton) farmer of year F 4-1; 

23 Freedom awards earned in NC F 22-3; 

Moore, Chatham receive conservation awards F 24-3; Tar Heel cited 

24 years late: silver star finally shines Mr 8-1; Health awards 
presented Mr 8-7; State mother of year to be named (nominees and 
pictures) Mr 13-8; Smith, Mrs, Lois Sexton, receives handicapped award 
Mr 19-5; Laurinburg named 'all-America city 1 Mr 21-20; 

NC Mother of the year named: Mrs e Dan N. Allison Sr. Mr 24-3; 
Woman of the year: Mrs. Joye Jordan Mr 27-12; 17 receive school 'bell 
awards Ap 5-8; 13 Brooks scholars announced Ap 9-19; Laurinburg 
citizens pause to get second all-American city award Ap 10-3; 

Benson man gets award from HEW Ap 12-8; Stanly boy wins prize 
for poetry Ap 16-3; Raleigh girl wins national DAR prize Ap 19-6; 
Iddings, Sue, wins national DAR scholarship Ap 19-17; Kinston arts 
festival awards presented Ap 26-8; 

King, Kenneth J., Sr. ? to receive 1968 Horatio Alger award Ap 28-21; 
N&O to present awards to 67 prep journalists My 9-1; State's top award 
(NC medal) goes to five My 9-1; High school journalists cited by N&O at 
banquet My 10-1; Jacksonville honors policeman who caught bank theft 
suspect My 10-3; Poetry group announces '68 awards My 12-21; 

Two in NC get Freeman awards My 14-7; Two NC architects honored 
by institute My 16-16; Fish farming family wins Farm family of year 
award My 27-20; 



AWARDS (Cont.) 

Graham, Dr. John B., presented 0. Max Gardner award My 28-3; N&O 
camerman wins awards My 29-1; Brown, Henry L., named underwriter of the 
year Je 1-21; $3,000 fellowship goes to Ag agent Je 3-22; Honor due 
early NC aviator (Stewart, Alton) Je 17-3; 

Greensboro Jaycees named best in nation Je 22-3; Fuquay FFA wins 
prizes Je 27-8; NC 4-H winners announced Je 28-30; State Bar group 
again national winner Ag 13-5; Miller, Chief Charles L. , Fireman of the 
Year Ag 16-3; King, Mrs. Fannie W., of Jacksonville wins national award 
S 7-22; State fair art winner is student 13-1; 

Poetry day awards are announced 13-11; Duplin is honoring 
Judge Henry Stevens N 5-3; Benjamin Swalin gets 1968 Morrison award 
D 4-6; Lowder painting wins top award in artists exhibition D 5-44; 
Brotherhood award given to Tar Heel Andy Griffith D 6-1; 

Two Chapel Hill authors honored D 7-3; 
AZALEA FESTIVAL 

Reign started by queen Ap 19-3; 
BANKS AND BANKING 

Bank branches lure bandits F 7-1; Gill accused of favoritism in 
depositing state funds Mr 27-1; Treasurer replies to foe's charges 
(NC funds on deposit) Mr 28-7; Wachovia shifts to national bank My 10-1; 
Trend to national banks prompts state law study My 23-9; NC banks hike 
prime interest D 19-16; 
BAPTISTS 

Southern Baptists facing racial issues, social ills Jl 7-1; 
Baptist-affiliated schools get new boards of trustees N 14-20; 
BEAUFORT TECH 

8 trustees named F 2-22; 
BELHAVEN 

Berths the big ones (River Forest Manor) Ag 11-IV,1; 
BENSON 

10,000 flock to Benson for gospel sing contest Je 24-5; 
BIOGRAPHY 

Anderson, Lansdell and Bertha, couple finds the good life on 
Outer Banks D 8-V,l; 

Baker, John, youth counselor Je 16-111,2; 

Balentine, W. W., to fill state training programs post My 4-12; 

Ball, Forrest H., chosen outstanding young farmer by Jaycees at 
Garner Ja 1-22; 

Bartlett, Charles W., assumes duties as new state conservationist 
Ja 3-18; 

Bass, Robert Jr., named head of NC Masons Ap 28-17; 

Belk, Henry, named editor emeritus Ag 8-3; 

Berryhill, Dr. W. R., named Sarah G. Kenan prof. Ja 17-3; 

Boozer, Dr. Howard, to take new job My 29-1; 

Branch, John, only Tar Heel to govern two states N 10-IV,2; 

Brody, Leo, successful merchant Ja 14-111,2; 

Brown, Henry L., named underwriter of the year Je 1-21; 

Brown, J. C, gets top NC fund post Ja 22-22; N. C. fund chair- 
man Ap 28-111,2; 

Browning, Dr. Elmer, resigns post Je 13-3; 

Bruton, Wade, to practice law in Raleigh Ag 7-28; 



BIOGRAPHY (Cont.) 

Bullock, Mrs. Rebecca, ex-NC negro succumbs D 12-18; 
Bryan, Dr. McLeod, contemplation leads to action D 15-IV,3; 
Burkot, Dr. A. R., names vice president Campbell College Ap 27-3; 
Cameron, Dr. Charles M. , Jr., Cameron quits NC health post 

My 22-9; 
Carlton, Phil, political vet and chief judge at 30 N 24-IV,3; 
Church, Jim, Clemmons man gets top Jaycee post My 26-7; 
Clark, Dr. Thomas F., religion prof turns to art Ag 4-111,7; 
Cole, Dr. R. Taylor, Duke provost plans return to teaching S 28-3; 
Cone, Bonnie, honored at Univ. Ap 5-10; 
Cooley, Harold, mail and politicking roll on for Harold Cooley 

S 23-1; 
Cooper, Fred L., hard-core optimist makes it work 6-IV,3; 
Crittenden, Dr. Christopher, giving up top archives post S 18-48; 
Daniel, Dr. Walter C., NC negro will head Lincoln Univ. N 16-3; 
Daniels, Frank A., AP's board pays tribute Ap 23-7; Resigns Rex 

post D 17-26; 
Daniels, Jonathan, N&O editor gets Duke degree Je 4-3; 
Danielson, Dr. Wayne A., writing is important to UNC journalism 

dean N 10-IV,3; 
Davidson, Dr. Robert F., dean of liberal arts college Je 2-111,2; 
Davis, Nelson, the young archeologist Ja 7-111,2; 
Davis, Walter R., ex-Tar Heel funds college D 26-8; 
Denison, Lt. Col. Paul S., named district engineer of Wilmington 

Ap 20-1; 
Dennis, Dr. Catherine, many expected to honor state home ec 

supervisor My 19-23; 
Dent, Maggie, art movie champion Mr 10-111,2; 
Dunn, Charles, aide to Gov. Moore named SBI director D 24-1; 
Eagles, Joseph C, Jr., university post goes to Eagles Ap 26-1; 
Edens, Dr. A. Hollis, Duke names building for Edens D 20-20; 
Edge, Rev. William M. , life of leadership regained My 19-111,2; 
Elebash, Rev. Hunley A., church may lead the way in East Carolina 

change S 1-IV,3; Rites for coadjutor first in 64 years S 25-3; 
Ellis, Albert, lawyer-legislator Ja 28-111,2; 
Ethridge, Mark, receives William Allen White award Ja 11-3; 
Fairley, Charles W. , will head Fayetteville Work S 13-1; 
Fogle, Dr. Richard, Hawthorne once left UNC authority cold" 

Je 16-19; 
Friday, William C., to serve on urban board Ap 27-3; 
Frinks, Golden, must serve jail sentence My 10-1; 
Frizzelle, Dr. Mark, Ayden physician, 88, plans to keep busy 

Ap 28-15; 
Frye, Henry, Negro elected to NC house N 7-9; 

Gatling, Richard, invented first successful machine gun Jl 21-111,1; 
Gillespie, Dizzy, Ap 14-111,11; 

Gold, Herbert, speaks language of the young 13-V,5; 
Golden, Harry, F 26-3; Will become writer-in-residence at 

Central Piedmont Community college N 13-30; 
Graham, Dr. John B. , presented 0. Max Gardner award at UNC 

My 28-3; 



BIOGRAPHY (Cont.) 

Griffith, Andy, brotherhood award given to Tar Heel D 6-1; 

Quits TV at the top Mr 31-111,10; To receive top award D 3-12; 
Gustafson, Dr. Robert K., assumes post as dean Southeastern 

community college Je 7-14; 
Guy, Major Edwin, promoted by Highway Patrol Ja 3-1; 
Hagerty, Harry, Greenville city manager recalls the time he aided 

in chasing John Dillinger gang Ap 27-5; 
Handler, Dr. Philip, Duke prof appointed to national science 

board My 17-7; Reelected as head of national science board 

Jl 28-11,22; 
Hardison, James, Man in a hot spot Mr 3-111,2; 
Hardison, Dr. 0. B. Jr., UNC-CH professor writes Hitchcock 

thriller essay Ja 18-27; 
Harris, H. H., Tyrell agent retires today Ap 1-19; 
Harris, Shearon, CP&L elects new chief executive D 11-32; 
Haywood, Egbert L., bar leader Ag 11-111,2; 
Hester, Gene, young conservationist Jl 14-111,2: 
Hill, Dr. Douglas G., Duke prof succumbs Je 1-3: 
Hodges, Luther, Jr., business leader Ja 7-111,2: 
Holshouser, James E., NC Republican part chairman S 15-IV,3; 
Horner, F. T. , Chief district judge Jl 7-111,2; 
Howard, Robert, sculptor has show in New York 27-V,6; 
Hudson, Dr. Richard Page, Jr., medical examiner hired by state 

My 16-1; 
Ingersoll, John Edward, to head the Justice Department's new 

Bureau of Narcotics and Dangerous drugs Jl 13-3; 
Ivey, George M., succumbs at 71 My 4-1; 

James, Dean H. Brooks, Johnson picks NCSU dean for post My 9-1; 
James, Frances, keeps track of federal statistics (dome) F 12-1; 
Jenkins, Jay, gets twin city paper post My 27-3; 
Jernigan, R. H. Jr., house member F 4-111,2; 
Johnson, Jimmy, democratic chieftain Ag 18-111,2; 
Johnson, Marvin, heads turkey group Mr 24-111,2; 
Jolliff, Jimmie Jr., auctioneer Jl 28-111,1; 
Jones, Dr. H. G., named to top archives post S 18-48; 
Kamphoefner, Henry L., State's senior dean guides design school 

Je 30-9; 
Kamprath, Dr. E. J., NCSU man selected for post N 11-21; 
Kennedy, John P., Named assistant director of NC Board of Higher 

Education Jl 1-26; 
Kerr, John, Former NC speaker succumbs My 30-1; 
Killian, Dr. Carl D. , WCU announces retirement My 12-7; 
King, Joseph, Campbell College honors artist F 25-17; 
King, Kenneth J., Sr., To receive national award Ap 28-21; 
Kinnell, Galway, Poet sets UNC term residency 27-1,15; UNC's 

talking poet no lecturer N 10-17; 
Knight, Douglas M., Duke's president F 11-111,2; 
Koontz, Elizabeth, Calls for teacher power Jl 7-1; Educator in 

the spotlight Jl 28-111,1; 
Lanier, J. Con, Leaf meet honors Greenville man Jl 11-6; 
Larkins- John, Tar Heel Negro highly placed in foreign service 

(dome) 14-1; 



BIOGRAPHY (Cont.) 

Lewis, H. L., Jr., Sworn in as clerk of court (Greenville) Mr 26-3; 
Lewis, Jasper L., Elected superintendent Washington city schools 

My 23-14; 
Lipton, Morris A., UNC neurobiologist Je 9-111,2; 
Lucas, C. Payne, Peace corps official sets speech here My 13-24; 
McKay, Mrs, Vera, NC Education Assoc, president S 29-IV,3; 
McLean, Big Alex, Harnett county area fondly remembers Je 23-111,9; 
McMahon, Alex, Insuring health F 18-111,2; 
McSweeney, John, Retired printing teacher honored 26-3; 
Martin, Charles Brantley, Quits state employes job 19-22; 
Massenberg, James N. , Ability, not disability, what counts 13-IV,3; 
May, Sue, extension agent Ja 21-111,2; 

Merritt, Captain Fred T„ , Man dedicated to saving lives S 8-IV,3; 
Meymandi, Dr. Assad, Leader in community psychiatry My 12-111,2; 
Miller, Eugene, Ex-NC newsman gets post S 3-3; 
Mills, Graham, Salvation army Major F 25-111,2; 
Morgan, Julius C., Gets alumni award at Fayetteville My 30-46; 
Morrisette, Wm. C, To direct ECU program in Dare Ap 25-13; 
Murphy, Romallus, Challenge accepted Ap 7-111,2; 
Ogilvie, Philip, Heads state library My 5-111,2; 
Orr, Albert, passes ammunition for LBJ's war of words Ja 14-5; 
Otey, Bishop James H„, Otey's retreat memorializes bishop My 12- 

111,9; 
Owen, Guy, Tar Heel writer continues efforts to reflect his area 

F 11-12; 
Parrish, Anne, Physical therapy chief treats 'whole patient' 

D 29-1 V, 3; 
Pearson, Henry, Winner in exhibition at Philadelphia Mr 3-16; 
Peeling, Ruth, Carteret editor Mr 31-111,2; 
Pemberton, Mrs. Annie Mae, Career in aiding the elderly comes to 

an end this month D 29-4; 
Person, Marion, Clerk of court Je 23-111,2; 
Phifer, Robert Fullenwider, Art benefactor truly loved his native 

state N 17-V,10; 
Phillips, Craig, Education is family tradition D 1-IV,3; 
Poolaw, Mrs. Pascal, Sr., 'Mother of the year' My 12-12; 
Pope, Norwood W. , Bank executive on a zoo mission My 26-111,2; 
Pow, Dr. Alex S„, Elected president of Western Carolina Univ. 

Ap 24-3; 
Ragan, Sam, Named to Sunday N&O post Jl-1; 
Ragan, Sam, Purchases Southern Pines paper 31-44; 
Rains, Irene Smart, Costumer for Colony and Chapel Hill 27-IV,3; 
Ray, Dr. Richard S., LINC--a thorn in the side of education 20- 

IV, 2; Sandhills' Dean new LINC head S 5-6; 
Rose, Charles III, YDC chief wants youth involved N 3 -IV, 3; 
Ross, Dr. Robert A., Tar Heel doctor gets post My 9-37; 
Royall, Kenneth C., Recalls political years S 11-28; 
Royster, Vermont, To deliver Weil lecture at UNC Mr 3-23; 
Ruth, Earl Baker, Candy bars helped 'coach' win D 22-IV,3; 
Seamon, Capt. Tony, Morehead City restaurant operator honored 

F 11-8; 
Sharpe, L. R. , More than a clergyman Je 30-111,2; 



BIOGRAPHY (Cont.) 

Shumaker, Jim, Keeps his paper's juices working S 22-IV,3; 

Singletary, Otis, Gets post: Univ, of Texas Ap 2-7; 

Sinwani, Dr. K. L., ECU professor recalls India's 'untouchables' 

Je 23-111,10; 
Sitton, Claude F., Says press must 'strive...' Jl 24-26; Takes 

over N&O, Times post Jl 2-34; To join papers (Raleigh) as 

editorial director My 29-1; 
Small, Maggie Rich, Pistol-packin' Mrs. Small enforces the law in 

Trenton D 8-6; 
Smith, Dean, UNC basketball coach Ap 14-111,2; 
Sosnik, Dr. Robert, Heads optometric group My 28-15; 
Spaights, First father and son NC governors S 22-IV,2; 
Spencer, Dr. Samuel Reid, Jr., Named president of Davidson Jl 13-1; 
Stephens, Ralph C., Wake party gives nod My 26-1; 
Stewart, Alton, Honor due early NC aviator Je 17-3; 
Stone, Dr. Richard G., Plans retirement F 18-4; 
Swain, David, Contributions to NC recalled Je 2-111,11; 
Tate, Earl H., Elected president of NC Pharmaceutical association 

Jl 3-16; 
Taylor, Dr. James T., Heads Good Neighbor council N 14-1; 
Terres, John K., Naturalist uses farm as a lab Mr 10-111,2; 
Thorpe, Dr. Marion, Named president of Elizabeth City State 

College Mr 21-1; 
Tilley, Rev. Lester A., To retire at conference Je 3-30; 
Tindall, George B., South: discontent, 'hung up on race' D 8-IV,3; 
Tolson, Lt. Gen. John J., Ft. Bragg, airborne corps Co Ag 25-111,2; 
Tomlinson, Travis, New League head keeps his cool N 17-IV,3; 
Trimboli, Paul R., Juvenile officer Ap 21-111,2; 
Van Alstyne, Dr. William, To investigate for US senate My 31-39; 
Vaughn, Maurice H., Sparks new wilderness park Ag 4-111,2; 
Vitols, Dr. M. M. , Gets new hospital post S 6-3; 
Wagoner, William H. , Inauguration set for prexy D 19-18; President 

of Wilmington college Jl 21-111,1; Receives 'outstanding alumni 

award' at ECU My 26-24; 
Walker, Paul, Quits state post with Good Neighbor Council S 12-46; 
Weaver, David S., NC State U lab named for late educator Mr 25-24; 
Webb, James E., The man who ran NASA S 29-IV,2; 
West, Dr. Cameron, Appointed director of st. bd. of higher education 

My 31-1; 
Whiting, Dr. Albert N. , Installed president of NC college Ap 28-14; 
Williams, James Edwin, Erwin's first city manager begins duties 

Je 7-32; 
Wilson, Mrs. Agnes, Negro named teacher of the year N 19-3; 
Witherspoon, Dr. Eugene, Presbyterian synod selects moderator 

Je 5-1; 
BIRTH CONTROL 

Choices, costs among indigents are cited Jl 10-8; Pope's rule 
gets mixed NC reaction Ag 13-22; NC rule is repealed S 26-1; 
BLACK POWER 

see also 
ANTI -POVERTY PROGRAMS 

Activist tells his story (Forbes, Ray) Ap 14-4; 



BLACK STUDENT DEMANDS 

Black student group offers UNC list D 12-37; UNC Studies list 
D 13-3; 
BLACK STUDIES PROGRAMS 

Center established at NC A and T 17-14; 
BLIND 

see also 
GOV MOREHEAD SCHOOL 

Hyde, Herbert L. sworn in as member of comm. Mr 21-21; Gallery 
for the blind gains attention Jl 21-15; Blind group has $40,000 shortage 
23-1; 
BLUE LAWS 

Hearing set here (Raleigh) Ja 27-22; Raleigh council passes 
'blue law' Mr 19-1; 'Blue law' (Raleigh) has solid legal base Mr 20-28; 
Battle on blue law shaping at Kinston Mr 26-3; Kinston adopts blue law 
Ap 3-3; Judge blocks Raleigh 'blue law' Jl 2-1; Judge backs city blue 
law (Raleigh) Jl 20-1; New test set on Raleigh law Ag 24-26; 

Defendant cleared, new warrant planned S 4-26: Sunday mobile home 
sales can continue S 12-46; Salesman fined (Raleigh) S 17-22; Validity 
of blue law here challenged in court case 30-30; 
BLUEBERRY FESTIVAL 

50,000 attend parade My 26-10; 
BOARD OF HIGHER EDUCATION 

Boozer resigns to take new job My 29-1; Kennedy, John P., Jr. 
named assistant director of NC Board of Higher Education Jl 1-26; College 
heads cautious on agency plan N 28-60; 'Super agency' viewed with dubious 
eye D 9-32; Backs up on super agency D 10-1; 

Superemotionalism (ed. 'super agency') D 11-4; Timetable 'super 
agency* (Dome) D 12-12; Board names body to study UNC expansion D 14-1; 
BOOKS 

Many old NC books highly valued Ag 25-111,8; 
BRIDGES 

Zeb Vance Norman bridge dedicated N 8-1; 
BUDGET 

see also 
ADVISORY BUDGET COMM 

White bows out of senate; sees $3.5 billion budget F 3-20; 
Retirement budget is 'modest but adequate' Je 5-25; State ends fiscal 
year with $45.5 million surplus Ag 15-1; 
BUSINESS FOUNDATION OF NC 

Harvey, Felix, elected president My 22-5; 
C A DILLON SCHOOL 

New school opens for delinquents My 2-3; 
CPA EXAMS 

New CPA's honored in meeting Mr 17-11,10; New CPA's announced 
Ag 11-4; 
CAMPBELL COLLEGE 

Installs president, Wiggins, Dr. Norman A., Ap 7-4; Names Burkot, 
Dr. A. R. vice president Ap 27-3; Grants first honorary degrees, 
graduates 285 seniors Je 1-3; Honoring president emeritus D 5-19; 
CANDIDATES 

Bruton set for re-election bid Ja 3-1; 'Switcher' Ruth gets go 
signal Ja 19-1; Stickley hits Gardner in exchange on Klan Ja 27-22; 



CANDIDATES (Cont.) 

Branch, Huskins win easy way F 24-13; Eure, Bridges and Graham 
assured of renomination: Lennon, Jonas unopposed F 24 — 1; High says Gill 
gave him disputed figures Mr 29-10; Negro proves residence (Balance, 
Frank W. ) Ap 3-26; Legislator arrested in theft Ap 6-1; 

Bruton, Morgan, offer marked contrast to NC voters Ap 14-6; Tar 
Heel women seeking almost every office but the governor's My 2-25; 
Financial reports on Scott & Hawkins Campaigns My 21-1; Gardner says 
he spent $87,834 My 25-1; 

Broughton lists expenses, gifts (some statistics on other 
candidates) My 29-8; Scott, Gardner give views on state liquor legislation 
13-8; Galifianakis and Steele interviewed 27-IV,l; Scott says his 
opposition using racism in campaign 30-6; 

Candidates (national) record on issues traced 31-1; Hawkins 
backs all Democrats 31-1; 
CAPE LOOKOUT NATIONAL SEASHORE 

Condemnation action taken for parks land My 11-1; Core banks gun 
club land issue order is continued 29-3; 
CAPITAL PUNISHMENT 

State's death penalty provisions 'invalid' N 27-1; NC may appeal 
ruling by court N 28-1; Alternatives being drawn on death penalty 
revision D 1-20; Five state court justices feel death penalty's valid 
D 13-14; Death penalty procedure exchanges eyed D 22-6; 

High court to get NC death appeal D 28-3; 
CAROLINA POWER & LIGHT CO 
see also 
PUBLIC UTILITIES 

Asks to increase power rated Je 26-1; Elects Harris new chief 
executive D 11-32; 
CAROLINA TELEPHONE AND TELEGRAPH CO 

Acquisition proposal is rejected Mr 23-1; Bid for merger refused 
D 19-1; 
CENSORSHIP 

Obscenity and the courts Ag 11-111,1; Three convicted in 
obscenity case 2-12; 
CERTIFIED PUBLIC ACCOUNTANTS' EXAMS 
see 
CPA EXAMS 
CHAPEL HILL 
see 
DESEGREGATION 
CHARLOTTE 

Model cities program .making progress Jl 8-3; 
CHOWAN COLLEGE 

Gets OK to enter federal program Ja 25-32; Nicholson, Darrell 
H. named registrar Mr 2-3; Frank Daniels Jr. honored Ap 27-3; 
CHRISTMAS 

Rodanthe plans old Christmas Ja 5-3; 
CHURCHES 

Unite to rewrite Lord's prayer, Apostles' creed My 31-34; Lose 
anti-sexual stance and image Jl 7-111,7; Give Negro helping hand. Facing 
up to race, poverty problems Jl 21-111,1; 



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CITIES 

see 
MODEL CITIES PROGRAM; names of cities 
CIVIC CLUBS 

Civitans slate annual meeting My 16-14; 
CIVIL RIGHTS 

Comm oldest agency handling rights problems Mr 15-36; 
CLINTON 

Sets 150th celebration F 28-5; 
COASTAL PLAINS POLICE ACADEMY 

To open at Wilson Monday Ja 5-3; Wilson police facility dedicated 
F 5-3; 
COASTAL PLAINS REGIONAL COMM 

Grimsley, Joseph Wayne, appointed assistant director of the NC 
field office Ap 14-3; NC training study team named Ap 29-3; Body seeks 
federal funds D 20-1; 
COLLEGE OF THE ALBEMARLE 

President, Dr. B. A. Barringer, resigning My 3-6; 
COMMUNITY COLLEGES 

Defend training role Mr 16-3; 
CONGRESS FOR THE UNITY OF BLACK STUDENTS 

Conference at Shaw Univ Ap 22-1; Closes in mystery Ap 25-36; 
Ban relaxed slightly on reporters Ap 23-24; 
CONGRESSMEN 

Tar Heels' vote record in Congress Mr 11-3; NC vote is recorded 
in congress Mr 25-5; Tar Heel roll call Ap 2-19; NC record in Congress 
Ap 10-16; Tar Heels' vote record in Congress My 27-3; Tar Heel vote 
record in congress Je 3-3; 

Tar Heels' roll call in congress Je 17-3; Tar Heel roll call in 
Congress Jl 15-3; Tar Heels' vote record in Congress Jl 29-17; Gardner 
misses 26 of 29 roll calls in US house S 25-1; Votes listed for Tar 
Heds 9-6; 
CONSERVATION 

Bartlett assumes duties as new state conservationist Ja 3-18; 
Independent agency on forestry proposed by two state groups Mr 14-1; 
River basin studies under way in NC Mr 18-19; National seashore erosion 
emergency aid is denied My 9-15; 
CONSERVATION AND DEVELOPMENT, DPET OF 

Cheatham gets board seat Mr 9-5; Sanford sees 'little logic' in 
dividing up C&D unit Mr 15-1; Fisheries chief favors C&D split My 15-3; 
Board names Dr. Thomas Linton to succeed Dr. David A. Adams as commissioner, 
of commercial and sports fisheries Ag 6-1; 

C&D drops Umstead park plan 29-1; 
CONSTITUTION 

State constitution changes backed to help localities Ja 6-5; Study 
panel is appointed Mr 25-1; Two named to state commission Ap 27-5; Second 
term veto power urged for NC governors 12-1; Amendment fits constitution 
to law 30-1; Change asks council cut D 8-1; 

Revision of constitution urged D 24-1; 
COURTS 

see also 
PRISONS AND PRISONERS 



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COURTS (Cont.) 

Durham, New Hanover easy on drivers Ag 3-1; Tighten rules on new 
trials Ag 24-7; GOP solicitor under fire in Rowan cases S 5-1; Roles 
of the appellate courts defined in Colson case ruling 10-1; Supreme 
court asked to review NC case (separation of authority between Court of 
Appeals, Supreme court) N 20-10; Closing up shop in Wake N 22-60; 

District courts; the hodgepodge is ended D 1-IV,3; 
CRIME AND CRIMINALS 

Bandits grab $8,187 in bank holdup (Raleigh) Ja 11-1; Wake's 
treasurer, Edward Lee Murray, under indictment Ja 30-1; Auditor bound 
over in youth's shooting Mr 9-22; Harnett bank robber slain Mr 13-1; 
4 NC 1968 bank robberies unsolved Mr 14-8; 

Methodists urge death penalty ban Je 7-3; '67 crimes up 15% in 
NC Ag 27-3; 
CULTURE WEEK 

Goes to Charlotte this year D 1-21; 
DAVIDSON COLLEGE 

President to retire Ja 4-3; Drinking rights asked in vote Ap 30-3; 
Faculty modifies drink plan My 2-3; Acting prexy named (Johnston, Dr. 
Frontis W.) Je 4-3; President, Dr. Samuel Reid Spencer, Jr. is named 
Jl 13-1; 
DAY NURSERIES 

Day care facility regulation urged Mr 24-21; 



DEATHS 



Nimocks, Judge Quincy Kellog, superior court judge succumbs Ja 17-1; 

Young, Samuel, oldest living alumnus of NC State Ja 21-21; 

Debnam, W. E., dies in Greenville Ja 26-22; 

Dargan, Olive Tilford: 'Hunter home from the hill' Ja 28-111,4; 

Smith, Fred, killed in wreck F 4-1; 

Sink, Judge H. Hoyle, dies F 26-1; 

Edwards, Lon, farm leader, dies in Kinston Mr 2-1; 

Kenan, Sarah G., oil heiress Mr 17-1; 

Cummings, James B., ex-prof at ECU succumbs Mr 25-19; 

Sugg, Pryor E., dies at 80 Mr 25-1; 

Glascock, Dr. Harold, founder of hospital dies Ap 20-6; 

Daniel, E. C, 83, dies at Zebulon My 1-10; 

Ivey, George M., succumbs at 71 My 4-1; 

White, Buxton, dies at Elizabeth City My 7-11; 

Edwards, Rufus R. at Fayetteville My 14-9; 

Gardner, Dr. Norfleet, at Henderson My 14-9; 

McLarty, Rev. Dr. Emmett, Jr.: funeral set for Brevard president 

My 25-8; 
Thompson, Paul H., ex-Democratic leader dies in Fayetteville 

My 26-18; 
Kerr, John, succumbs; former NC speaker My 30-1; 
Keller, Helen, dies Je 2-1; 

Duncan, Dr. Samuel, Livingstone prexy dies in Salisbury Jl 11-12; 
Minges, Dr. Clyde, dies in Rocky Mount Jl 13-5; 
McLendon, Maj. L. P., dies at Greensboro Ag 8-1; 
Edens, Dr. A. Hollis, ex-Duke prexy dies in Georgia Ag 8-3; 
Daly, J. A., Charlotte newsman, succumbs Ag 9-6; 
Hickerson, Dr. Thomas Felix, UNC math professor dies Ag 9-6; 
Alexander, Mrs. Louise Henry, director of Girls State succumbs 

Ag 15-15; 



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DEATHS (Cont.) 

Baynes, Ed Phillip, NC State U student drowns in quarry Ag 18-7; 

Payne, Dr. Ella Louise, killed Ag 22-3; 

Umstead, John W. , former legislator, dies in Chapel Hill Ag 22-1; 

Hostetler, Earl H. , dies 2-1; 

Norman, Zeb V.: Plymouth rites held 15-6; 

Burgwin, Kenneth 0., retired Wilmington attorney dies N 15-10; 

Student-wife deaths ruled murder-suicide N 27-3; 

Former legislator (Brock, Burr Coley) rites are scheduled D 9-26; 

Rounds, Mrs. Margaret Olmstead, wife of Southern Pines author- 
artist dies D 20-13; 

Powell, NC recreation official dies D 28-3; 
DEBUTANTS 

Season begins for 195 (list) Jl 7-IV,l; Make formal bows S 7-1; 
DEMOCRATIC PARTY 

Chiefs to act on change Ja 4-34; Jefferson-Jackson day dinner 
Mr 10-1; Platform group okays role for Moore as favorite son Je 3-1; 
Total votes at convention increased (dome) Je 4-1; 2,000 Democrats to 
convene here today Je 6-1; Negro democrats walk out Je 7-1; 

Party post is resigned by Redwine Je 15-1; Barbour gets party 
post Je 16-1; Barbour sets changes for state party staff Jl 1-1; Moore: 
'no discrimination' in naming state delegates Jl 20-20; Tim Valentine 
steps down; Johnson likely successor Jl 25-1; 

Scott picks Johnson to be state party chairman Jl 30-1; Leaders 
elected Ag 1-12; Hawkins contests delegates Ag 13-1; 
DEMONSTRATIONS 
see also 
DUKE; PRISONS AND PRISONERS; UNC-CH; STUDENT DEMONSTRATIONS 

4 of 12 convicted of leaflet charges N 26-3; Black parade slated 
in Durham boycott N 29-3; Demonstration held at Hyde courthouse N 29-2; 
Swan Quarter has only 37 marchers D 1-20; NC medical society door 
already open to negroes D 2-8; Sit-in broken up by judge D 12-1; 

99 given contempt sentences in Hyde D 19-1; 
DENTISTS 

Profs give testimony Ja 30-3; Prejudice denied in dental hearing 
F 1-3; Dental case testimony is heard F 7-3; Missing X-rays spark 
hearing F 9-15; Examiners conclude hearing Mr 6-3; Osborne, Dr. Colin 
P., to head group My 9-20; Hawkins cleared of 5 charges My 25-1; 

Regional dental program set at Chapel Hill My 30-20; 68 licensed 
Jl 21-11,10; Board convicts Hawkins of malpractice Ag 1-1; Hawkins, 
two others appeal dental ruling Ag 17-3; 
DESEGREGATION 
see also 
SCHOOLS— DESEGREGATION; TEACHERS 

Some efforts lead to gains for some Negroes Ja 7-111,12; Pace 
slow in colleges F 7-24; Chapel Hill to be first on housing Ap 24-1; 
(Chapel Hill) facing legality of open housing question Ap 28-5; 
Government suit seeking to integrate NC park My 4-12; 

Chapel Hill officials adopt open housing My 16-1; Durham OKs 
plan after Negro protest Je 28-3; Mixed weddings on rise in NC Jl 12-3; 
Private effort supports housing rights D 8-15; 



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DISCRIMINATION 

Picketing resuming in Davidson Ap 4-12; Ex-Duke worker files suit 
My 16-22; NCSU, Council to tackle Raleigh job bias My 30-14; No dis- 
crimination seen in NC medical group Jl 14-15; Moore: 'no discrimination 
in naming state delegates Jl 20-20; 
DOCTORS 

Many okayed to practice NC medicine Ap 14-11,9; 16 licensed as 
physicians My 28-7; 
DRAFT 

see also 
ECU; ST. ANDREW'S COLLEGE 

NC grad students face loss of deferments Ap l-l; 
DROPOUTS 
see 
SCHOOLS 
DRUGS 

see also 
ECU; names of individual drugs 

Campus drug picture F 11-111,1; Drivers problem increasing, says 
patrol Mr 28-1; 3 UNC freshmen enter pleas Ap 3-6; Three youths given 
drug case probation Ap 25-10; 3 students charged in sale of heroin in 
Greensboro My 4-12; OEO official has to face grand jury on marijuana 
Jl 17-28; LSD haul is made in raid at motel 17-13; 

Marijuana law penalty is hit (Chapel Hill) 31-3; Narcotics use 
on increase D 1-IV,1; 
DUKE UNIV 

Student disorders banned Ja 9-1; Negro professor issues challenge 
to dream, work Ja 15-22; Bogdonoff, Dr. Morton D., gets dean post F 8-32; 
Soph convicted by council F 23-3; 50 workers request a minimum wage of 
$1.60 Mr 22-7; Four profs names to James B. Duke Professorships Mr 31-13; 

More student activism at Duke Mr 31-III,2j Demonstrators get 
faculty support Ap 10-3; Pay and prejudice (ed.) Ap 11-4; Plans wage 
hikes next year Ap 11-1; Students end their sit-in backing workers in 
wage fights Ap 12-8; Picketing is resumed at Duke Ap 16-3; 

Strikers return to work; salary settlement under way Ap 23-5; 
Students join Klansman in protest Ap 24-28; Prof appointed to national 
science board My 17-7; Class told no one has right to close the university 
Je 4-3; Suspends 4 for cheating Je 8-6; 

8 professors to resign in August Je 9-15; Has own research glass- 
blower Je 9-111,9; Appoints 2, promotes 8 Jl 1-3; Cheating story grows: 
Duke punishes 8 Jl 4-1; Star denies cheating Jl 11-1; Classroom upheaval 
taking place at Duke Jl 14-1; Trustees want tighter protest rules Ag 8-1; 

Releases 'picket and protest' rules Ag 9-3; Tuition reaches 
$2,000 N 27-3; Officials chastize Djke newspaper D 5-8; Charles Wade 
elected by trustees D 8-14; Collective bargaining Duke style D 8-IV,3; 
Hobbs, Dr. Marcus, appointed Provost D 12-16; Names building for Edens 
D 20-20; 
DUKE UNIVERSITY PRESS 

Publishing house that recoils at very idea of best seller N 24-IV,3; 
DURHAM 

New GOP Tar Heel money capital D 8-3; 



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ECU 

School of health approved Ja 26-7; Home Ec. dept. elevated to 
school F 1-16; Planning at ECU for better health F 25-111,1; Gets 
Dare campus grant Mr 7-3; Program in journalism Mr 24-14; 5-day music 
festival opens Ap 24-3; Chowan dean will direct program in Dare Ap 25-13; 

Instructional program on Roanoke Island announced Ap 26-8; Student 
under arrest (drugs) My 12-5; Prof sues prof in alienation action My 17-1; 
Names new dorm My 21-15; Forum held in dismissal protest My 22-6; Prof's 
warrant aimed at literature My 25-3; Jenkins promises order on campus 
My 26-1; Jenkins is backed in campus action My 28-15; 

Fable in a fog (ed.) Je 12-10; Fable of a wandering lad: reprint 
from a pamphlet Je 12-10; Dean Browning resigns post Je 13-3; First to 
complete ECU course in Manteo Jl 3-3; Books gift will honor Belk Jl 20-3; 
Five teachers retiring Ag 15-17; Professors gather data on geological 
history of coastal area 6-IV,8; Draft dodge vigil slated at ECU 10-3; 

Morgan re-elected chairman 22-3; Foundation acquires Union 
Carbide building 31-3; Awards won for Coliseum N 17-V,6; Sam Ragan 
gives books to ECU N 20-6; 
ECU MEDICAL SCHOOL 

Gardner favors ECU med school 5-5; 
ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT 

Moore claims big gains in economy during tenure Ap 22-1; 
EDENTON 

Visitor center-museum dedication scheduled on Je 9 Je 1-3; 
EDGECOMBE TECHNICAL INSTITUTE 

New school to open Sept. 9 Je 15-15; 
EDITORIAL WRITERS 

Name 1968 officers My 20-8; 
EDUCATION 

see also 
SCHOOLS 

Industrial arts education said lagging Ja 23-16; Emphasis on 
college said hurting vocational training Ja 29-20; Technical school 
dividends: 11% F 4-10; Top field of study in NC Mr 17-13; Mistake is 
seen in counseling on industrial arts Mr 17-13; 

Report urges steps to train Appalachia workers Mr 18-1; 
Educators work with slow learners Je 16-111,2; Kennedy, John P., Jr., 
named assistant director of NC Board of Higher Education Jl 1-26; NC 
training plan criticized N 15-1; Pitt youth need more vocational 
training N 24-B5; 
EDUCATION, HIGHER 
see also 
BOARD OF HIGHER EDUCATION 

West appointed to bd. post My 31-1; Education body makes 
proposals for NC College N 27-9; Study urges super agency for colleges 
N 27-1; 
EDUCATIONAL TV 

Ty to help train retarded children Mr 24-3; 
ELECTIONS 

Board members named F 28-5; Results of primary My 5-1; Four are 
convicted in Northampton of interfering with officials, ballots My 16-22; 
Negro's foe gets recount in Forsyth Co. My 16-1; Only statewide runoff 
race belongs to republicans My 26-19; 



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ELECTIONS (Cont.) 

State board declared Forsyth Negro winner (Rev. William Crawford) 
Jl 27-1; New ballot made for NC vote machines S 14-1; Nov. 8 issue; 
Bring little change in status of House Tar Heels N 17-11,26; State 
electors give Nixon 12, Wallace 1 D 17-1; 
ELECTIONS, LOCAL 

Town council election held in Surf City My 13-19; 
ELECTRIC POWER 
see also 
CAROLINA POWER & LIGHT CO 

Rural areas using more electricity Ap 1-19; 
ELIZABETH CITY STATE COLLEGE 

Ridley resigns Ja 10-3; Auditor critical Ja 12-1; Trustees to 
consider audit report Ja 17-3; Resignation of Ridley accepted Ja 19-8; 
Thorpe, Dr. Marion, named president Mr 21-1; Arts festival to open 
Thursday Ap 14-22; Has 450 in new class S 6-3; 
ELON 

Town sets 75th birthday event Ap 5-8; 
ELON COLLEGE 

Graduates 165 My 28-15; 
EMBEZZLEMENT AND MISAPPRORIATION 

Ex-Enfield official is indicted in fraud 23-1; Wake treasurer 
gets 3-5 years for Franklin fraud conviction 26-1; 
EMPLOYMENT 

Person-to-person job plan offered Mr 21-46; 
EMPLOYMENT SECURITY COMM 

ESC Veterans retire; replacements named Ja 4-34; 
ENFIELD 

Records $27,890 shortage Jl 16-1; 
ERVIN, SAM J. 

Opponents using Ervin's rhetoric Je 24-3; Opposing Abe Fortas 
Jl 10-8; Senatorial restraint needed (ed) Jl 15-4; Challenges Fortas' 
activities Jl 18-1; Thornberry gets Ervin's criticism Jl 21-1; Gifts 
far exceed expenses 31-3; 
ERWIN 

First city manager begins duties Je 7-32; 
FCX 

Directors appointed Je 3-23; 
FAIRS 

Profit record set by 100th state fair Mr 26-24; 
FARM BUREAU 

Mangum elected 11th time as president N 20-6; 
FARMERS' COOPERATIVE EXCHANGE 
see 
FCX 
FAYETTEVILLE 

Housing authority head fired My 25-3; Public works commissioner 
Atwood B. Core suspended; funds short at agency Jl 25-1; 
FAYETTEVILLE STATE COLLEGE 

Facilities seized by students Ap 5-1; 
FIRES 

see also 
SCHOOLS; SHAW UNIV 



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FIRES (Cont.) 

Five Greenville firms hit by $100,000 fire Je 1-1; 
FISH 

Emergency meet set about Oregon inlet F 24-3; Unit delays decision 
on trash fish rules Ap 23-24; 250,000 fish killed; insecticide blamed 
Je 18-1; Cape River fish are killed Jl 14-1; Southeastern fish-kill 
called most serious in state in 1968 Jl 18-36; 

Pesticide blamed in fish kill Jl 22-1; Duplin oil firm accepts 
fish-kill blame Jl 26-1; 
FISHERIES ASSOC 

Ask marketing plan F 15-20; To install leader, Dr. Thomas Linton 
Ag 22-6; 
FLAGS, EMBLEMS AND INSIGNIA 

Turkey becomes 'state bird 1 N 28-60; 
FLOWERS, PERCY 

Acquitted on bribery charge Ag 29-1; 
FOUNDATIONS 

NC foundations carefully avoid criticism D 29-6; 
FULLER, HOWARD 

Cleared by OEO report Ja 21-1; Interview with NC 'black power' 
leader Mr 3-111,4; Has lecture job at Shaw U Mr 15-44; Lesson to learn 
(ed) Mr 17-111,4; 
GAMBLING 

Pinball case could become test Mr 8-46; 
GARDNER, JAMES 

Bircher 'doubts' Gardner didn't know TRAIN ties F 8-1; Hints he 
would cut state worker total Mr 30-3; Eastern study troup proposed by 
Gardner Ap 2-3; State government rapped-says rights 'subverted' Jl 23-1; 
Charges Scott made deal 23-1; Raps firing of NC worker 29-5; 

Receives support of Jonas 31-19; 
GENEALOGY 

Family map of Ireland Mr 17-111,9; Rocks in Stanly 500 million 
years old Ap 19-11; 
GHOSTS 

...in Grace Houston's house Ja 14-111,2; Some supernatural tales 
for Halloween 27-V,7; 
GLASS BLOWING 

Duke has own research glassblower Je 9-111,9; 
GLUE SNIFFING 

Problem in Onslow Ja 27-3; Not curbed in Onslow F 1-12; Two 
sentenced in Onslow Mr 15-3; 
GOOD NEIGHBOR COUNCIL 

Coltrane cites needs challenge F 27-8; ColtraneJ most overt 
white prejudice is gone Mr 29-8; Coltrane emphasizes racial understanding 
Je 18-3; Walker quits state post S 12-46; 1,900 Negroes, Indians aided 
in finding jobs S 13-54; Dr. Taylor named head N 14-1; 

Taylor has plan for Hyde N 19-3; 'Qualified Negroes available' 
D 7-24; Reshape the council (ed.) D 18-4; 
GOV MOREHEAD SCHOOL 

Plan on races rejected F 9-46; 
GOVERNOR'S HIGHWAY STUDY COMM 

3 cent gas boost proposed in roads building program D 6-1; 



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GOVERNOR'S STUDY COMM ON PUBLIC SCHOOLS 

Teachers give frank insight into problems Ja 7-5; Hearing task 
force is formed Ja 29-20; Determination, not assurance (ed) Mr 24-111,4; 
Students urge more relevant, modern courses Mr 24-1; Schods probbed on 
health, morality My 20-26; 

Teacher discontent causes tackled by study group My 21-5; New 
sources of funds eyed for NC schools My 23-10; Decentralization of dept 
of instruction is urged My 26-13; Dec 4 issue; Report lists 25 
recommendations D 4-1; 
GRANDFATHER MOUNTAIN 

Evangelist slated for annual sing Je 2-16; 
GRANGE 

Presents '68 awards 22-3; Thorns, Mr. & Mrs., receive "Young 
couple of year" award 28-27; 
GREENE CO 

Study shows Greene has future Ja 19-3; 
GREENE, MARY E 

Senior ECU faculty member dies in fire Ja 29-3; 
GREENVILLE 

see also 
FIRES 

Smith, Ray, named new fire chief Jl 20-3; 
GUILFORD TECH 

Medlin, Dr. Luther Reece, to be inaugurated president Ag 17-22; 
GUNS 

see also 
LAWS 

Officials ponder state's gun control statutes Je 16-1; 
HALL OF FAME 
see 
NC HALL OF FAME 
HAWKINS, DR. REGINALD 
see also 
DENTISTS 

Delegate fight by negroes just begun Je 8-1; 
HEALTH 

see also 
MEDICINE; UNC 

Council will study NC health needs Ja 26-40; State body eyes 
fluoridation law F 9-1; $12 million in US funds spent on health facilities 
(dome) F 25-5; Cameron quits NC health post My 22-9; MacCormack, Dr. 
J. N., named by state board S 3-6; 
HIGHWAY PATROL 

Guy, Major Edwin made executive officer Ja 3-1; More changes 
planned Ja 4-34; 
HIGHWAY SAFETY 

Study says 'glow tage' justify cost F 13-1; Court sees no 
negligence in unfastened seat belts Mr 21-23; Accident study set for 
state My 11-1; Alcohol drenches road toll figures D 29-1; Drinking 
drivers top repeaters in accidents D 31-7; 
HIGHWAYS 

see also 
ROADS; STATE CONTRACTS 



18 

HIGHWAYS (Cont.) 

$1 million Wilson bypass named for Ward, T. Boddie My 31-3; Bids 
asked on 35 road projects Je 5-5; Highways short on revenue Jl 4-1; 
State road runs to private pond Ag 22-1; State commission said provider 
of dirt for Davis home landscape Ag 25-1; Many roads now serve Davis 
land S 1-1; 

Moore orders access road probe S 3-1; No violations found in 
probes S 24-1; Bruton: 'no contradiction' in report (Davis investigation) 
S 25-1; NC interstate road plan OKd 26-1; Highway lords (ed.) 28-4; 
Davis road payment due state N 13-1; Fairclogh named to head road body 
N 28-1; Raleigh link to interstate highway at Darham granted federal 
approval D 14-1; 
HISTORIC HOUSES 

John Stanley house accepted by state Ja 10-6; 'Friends of Hope' 
organize in Windsor Ja 27-3; Govt to buy Sandburg home F 9-3; Old Duke 
home to become new historical landmark Ap 28-111,14; Liberty Hall to 
open My 5-IV,l; 

First lady dedicates NC site (birthplace of James K. Polk) My 21-3; 
Vaughn House: Murfreesboro homes invite restoration Jl 18-21; River 
Forest Manor Ag 11-IV,1,12; Businessman restores house of James Davis, 
who published first NC newspaper; 
HISTORY 

Yankees converted steamboat into gunboat: used it to burn Winton 
Ap 14-111,7; Mrs. Johnson will honor disputed NC document My 20-1; 
Capital almost left Raleigh once Ag 4-111,11; Willie Jones' political 
about-face a puzzle of NC history N 24-IV,2; 
HOLDING TECH 

Funds requested for maid course Mr 28-44; 
HOSPITALS 

Negro girl in labor denied admission to Pitt hospital Ag 24-3; Dunn 
hospital opens 7-7; State comm allocated $15.5 million for hospitals 
N 16-1; New supt for Cherry N 27-3; 
HOUSING 

see 
CHAPEL HILL; DESEGREGATION 
INCOME 

Tar Heel income growth lagging Ap 29-1; NC 5th in South in per 
captia income My 7-9; Tar Heel incomes rise 31 per cent My 29-1; 
INDIANS 

see also 
GOOD NEIGHBOR COUNCIL 

Senator's book was first novel based entirely on NC incidents 
Mr 31-111,9; US stakes Lumbees to new future Jl 7-111,8; 
INDUSTRY 

Slow-growth industries cited as NC problem Ja 10-28; Governor 
cites industrial pace Ja 22-1; Labor leader raps states industry 
hunting approach F 3-20; Northampton forms industry commission Mr 14-20; 
Fremont gets plant that will hire 100 My 9-3; 

Cosmetics marketing plan ruled lottery My 17-1; Koscot official 
denies plan is lottery My 18-1; Bertie women do battle to save troubled 
industry My 19-6; Bertie industries get boost My 29-3; Top 500: GM 
holds first place Je 16-18; Becton, Dickinson: NC homecoming S 22-IV,10; 



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INSURANCE 

Rate hike case heard by judge F 24-6; Exclusion of riot damage 
sought Mr 14-18; Decision by Lanier is upheld Mr 23-5; New "safe 
driver" plan unveiled Mr 30-1; Lien on responsibility (ed.) Ap '9-4; 
Lanier's ruling hit by court Ag 15-3; NC rates hike on car insurance 
Ap 23-1; 

So your car is uninsured, huh? Je 3-5; Assigned risk applications 
drop in this state for the first time Je 11-6; Doctors up medicare fees 
Jl 6-1; Coverage of riot losses urged Jl 12-1; NC surcharge approved on 
fire insurance policies Jl 31-28; 

Rates raised quietly Ag 2-1; Auto medical rate rise quietly 
okayed in state Ag 10-1; Lanier rejects auto insurance boost request 
15-1; Riot insurance plan OKd 30-1; Fines by commissioner ruled 
invalid N 28-8; 
INTEGRATION 
see 
DESEGREGATION 
INTEREST RATES 
see also 
BANKS AND BANKING 

Fed's rate hikes D 18-1; 
JACKSONVILLE 

Members of public housing authority appointed My 29-3; 
JENKINS, LEO W 

Planning at ECU for better health F 25-111,1; Charge is not pressed 
Je 6-6; Political life involvement is described as challenge S 10-3; 
Why not university people in politics? S 15-IV,3; Our common foe, boredom 
S 29-IV,l; ECU's president critical of super board proposal N 30-1; 

Pushes academic innovations for athletes D 19-37; Says med center 
is vital D 29-7; 
JOHN BIRCH SOCIETY 

Republican delegate is Bircher F 16-42; Birchers get in on 
extremism workshop Ap 3-26; Birchers celebrate 20th anniversary D 8-20; 
JOHNSON C SMITH UNIV 

College's money fix discussed D 24-3; 
JOHNSON, LYNDON BAINES 

Johnson presidency Ap 14-111,14 
JONES CO 

Development official designated in county Ap 2-6; 
JUDICIARY 

see also 
COURTS 

Huskins gets court post; Pless quits Ja 12-1; Montague, Bert, to 
head courts office Ja 16-1; Parker takes seat on new court Ja 24-24; 
Governor names Grist, William T., to superior court bench F 7-24; US 
courts accused in Bruton statement F 7-24; 

Onslow court confusion follows judge's remark (drunk driver case) 
F 9-3; Judge (McLaughlin, John R.) permitted to retire early F 9-12; 
Voters hold answer to judicial question Mr 3-1; Brewer says judges put 
on pressure Ap 14-3; Court orders amputation of leg to save Goldsboro 
woman's life Ap 19-1; 

Bar backs lawyers for judgeships Ap 23-24; Wayne native gets 
district judge post (McMillan, James B. ) Ap 26-8; Censorship. . . 
(dome) My 10-5; District judgeships: few laymen nominated My 16-9; 
Court reverses NC Conviction (Bumper, Wayne Darnell) Je 4-1; 



20 

JUDICIARY (Cont.) 

Dunn's law on vagrancy ruled unconstitutional Je 5-1; NC court 
has next move in Bumper case Je 5-1; Bailey gets job vacated by Warren 
Je 29-20; Chief judges appointed for 11 districts in state 26-7; 
Henry Newton gets district court post N 8-48; Bason named chief district 
court judge N 21-42; 
KIDNAPPING 

Outlaw is arrested in slain pair's car Jl 17-1; 
KINDERGARTENS 

Questions raised on kindergartens Ja 5-36; NC plan proposed 
Mr 9-22; 
KING, MARTIN LUTHER 

Slain Ap 5-1; Had link with this state Ap 9-19; 
KITTRELL 

College trustee says unsigned note untrue D 19-48; 
KOONTZ, ELIZABETH 

Teachers choose Tar Heel native as first Negro leader Mr 17-IV,14; 
KU KLUX KLAN 

see also 
POLITICS 

Klansman face charges? Ja 7-4; Violence planned by Klan Ja 10-1; 
Informer says mayor assisted (China Grove) Ja 11-1; Klansman acquitted 
in Rowan Ja 16-1; FBI agent tells of Klan's terror Ja 17-3; Eight 
Klansmen acquitted in intimidation trial Ja 20-1; 

Informer fears for life Ja 22-22; Begins youth drive over state 
Ja 24-3; Klansman acquitted at Concord Mr 15-14; Klansmen stage ride 
at Benson Ap 10-16; Five wive hearing in Klan hall fire Ap 20-3; 
Broughton: Klan help unsolicited Ap 24-5; 

Duke students join Klansman in protest Ap 24-28; Gardner calls 
on backer to disclaim link to KlanJDisavow Klan link, Stickley tells foe 
Ap 25-27; Winston-Salem rally hears wizard Ap 29-3; Klansman is freed 
(Mullis, Ronald Lee) My 21-15; 

Probation ord ered in Klan case My 23-21; KKK sign tells just one 
story Je 23-111,5; To raise $11,000 for leader's pay Ag 14-11; Plans 
rallies in Johnston S 26-8; Radio okay denied Pitt Klansman S 27-17; 
Grand Dragon is sworn in as a special deputy of Rowan S 28-1; 

Rowan sheriff denies badge not for Dragon S 29-1; Grand Dragon 
Robert Jones: special deputy role lost 1-1; Ex-deputy cites Klan 
activities 2-3; Five receive terms in Klan hut burning 23-3;- Hyde 
negroes march despite visit of klan grand dragon N 19-1; 

Good neighbor chairman's remarks backfire in Hyde N 20-6; Rowan 
Klan marches without invitation D 4-3; 
LINC 

Chief (Dr. Gordon McAndrew) quits Jl 5-36; Hawes, Dr. Gordon 
McAndrew named interim administrator Jl 9-5; Sandhills' Dean new LINC 
head S 5-6; Library meet here Friday 1-3; 
LANIER, SIDNEY 

Poet spent last months of his life in NC mountains F 4-111,10; 
LAURINBURG 

Named 'all-American city' Mr 21-20; 
LAW ENFORCEMENT 

Southport chief asserts edict included bootlegging Ap 3-3; Court 
vs. copss debate continues Je 30-111,1; 



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LAW ENFORCEMENT OFFICERS 
see also 
COASTAL PLAINS POLICY ACADEMY 

Deputy bullet kills officer of Franklin Ja 19-1; Mecklenburg 
sheriff deputizes 48 Mr 9-1; Why appeal of constable's job? Mr 23-1; 
Raleigh policeman relieved of duty following shooting Ap 1-30; Trimboli, 
Paul R.: juvenile officer Ap 2-111,2; 

Police chief appointed for Fuquay Ap 16-22; Police to receive 
training at Bethel My 11-22; State lawmen get U. S„ funds S 4-3; 
Policeman shot in chest in Charlotte arrest try S 4-3; Lack of under- 
standing major police problem S 29~IV,3; 

Jones adopts resolution asking sheriff's removal N 6-10; Jones 
Co. sheriff's trial scheduled Jan. 13 N 9-3; Pistol-packin' Mrs. Small 
enforces the law in Trenton D 8-6; Petition asking removal of Jones 
sheriff's filed D 17-6; 
LAWS 

Laws protect grower, user (agriculture) Ap 1-21; 'Outlaw' rule 
dates back to ancient England Je 30-7; NC gun laws already have some 
bite Jl 15-24; Gun laws adequate, says Moore Jl 20-20; Absentee vote 
laws said misunderstood Ag 9-42; 
LAWYERS 

Drop racial bar (Wake Co.) My 9-24; 217 pass law exam Ag 20-5; 
LEAGUE OF MUNICIPALITIES 

59th annual meeting opens in Charlotte 31-21; 
LEARNING INSTITUTE OF NC 
see 
LINC 
LEES-McRAE COLLEGE 

President installed: Evans, Dr. H. C, Jr. Ap 23-3; 
LEGENDS 

Some popular fallacies about NC F 11-111,9; 
LEGISLATORS 

Will have a lot of new faces in 1969 session My 7-1; Solons' 
voting shows conservatism 17-13; NC salon pay amendment in line 
with trend 28-1; Bowles urges law changes as extremist restrictions 
D 12-22; Martin, Perry opposes state income tax D 15-5; 
LENOIR CO COMMUNITY COLLEGE 

New enrollment record set S 17-15; Sets dedication week 17-14; 
Charter received 28-3; 
LENOIR RHYNE 

Bost, Dr. Raymond named president Mr 2-3; 
LIBRARIES 

Smith, Miss Clyde honored at retirement from Olivia Raney Ja 9-24; 
Tax proposal trounced in Wake election Ja 24-1; Wake Co. commissioner 
James L. Judd had hand in anti-tax ad Ja 24-1; Did pro thief stalk 
stacks at NC State U library? F 7-1; 

Linked via WATS telephone line Ap 28-111,9; Ogilvie, Philip: 
heads state library My 5-111,2; Olivia Raney formal opening set Sunday 
My 13-24; Harrison branch library dedicated My 20-26; UNC library to 
house Bob Ruark's papers Jl 14-111,14; 
LIQUOR BY THE DRINK 

Gardner raps Scott on liquor question 22-5; Is 1969 cocktail 
time? N 11-1; Plan proposed D 18-1; 



22 



LOCAL GOVERNMENT 

Easterling, William, resigns as secretary of state commission 
Ag 12-65 
LOCAL GOVERNMENT STUDY COMM 

Cities ask for more home rule Mr 16-3; 
LOST COLONY 

Eegins 28th season Je 22-1; 
LUTHERAN CHURCH 

Whittecar re-elected by synod My 9-24; 
MAN WILL NEVER FLY SOCIETY 

Sets meeting N 29-15; Never-fly society soars into session D 17-1; 

:,:a:;pcv;e?. develop :.:e;~ :or? 

Staff named Ja 17-25; 
MARIJUANA 

Found in Edgecombe S 18-1; Raids net four students N 25-3; 14 
facing charges N 26-1; Two given sentences D 19-3; 
MARINE SCIENCE COUNCIL 

Moore names 20 member council 31-18; 
MARTIN TECH 

Hunt, Dr. E. M. , director, announces appointments (story on school 
hearings) Mr 5-6; 
MEDICAL EDUCATION 

Subsidies are urged for NC medical students My 16-19; Subsidy for 
medical students proposed to state study group N 9-22; 
MEDICAL EXAMINERS 

System is delayed F 12-1; Hudson, Dr. Richard Page, Jr., hired by 
state MY 16-1; President named: Edmondson, Dr. Frank S 22-1; Launch 
new system N 10-16; State licenses are granted 26 D 1-18; 
MEDICAL SOCIETY OF NC 
see also 
OLD NORTH STATE MEDICAL SOCIETY 

Welton, Dr. David, installed as president My 15-19; 
MEDICINE 

see also 
HEALTH 

Medical center proposed in East Ja 6-1; Better health ideas (ed.) 
Ja 9-4; Central cancer registry in works My 26-11,22; 
MEN OF MADISON 

Tar Heel group to tour Asia Ap 1-10; 
MENTAL HEALTH 
see ■ also 
HOSPITALS 

Clinic opened at Kinston F 15-3; Services coming into homes F 26- 
24; Granville group reorganized Ap 5-8; Meymandi, Dr. Assad: a leader 
in community psychiatry My 12-111,2; Clinic proceeds at Erwin Jl 3-3; 
Rural view changes toward mentally ill Jl 22-18; 

Sydnor named state director Ag 10-22; Greenville doctor sees 
some psychiatric needs (Nelson) N 3-IV,3; State director recalls 
progress of past N 17-IV,2; 

; .:e:~ai petaedatio:; 

'Witch of ignorance' fought at school Ap 14-23; 

meecha:~s asso: 

NC merchants announce officers My 24-24; 



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MEREDITH COLLEGE 

McAllister, Dr. Quentin Oliver, dies Ja 21-16; Given $400,000 by 
Witherspoons F 27-1; Plans $5 million building program Mr 10-111,13; 
170 graduated My 27-30; 
METHODIST CHURCH 

Integrated leadership stressed Mr 28-10; Sessions scheduled today 
by integrated Methodists Je 4-3; NC appointments read by bishop Je 8-6; 
MIGRANT LABOR 

Eastern NC funds will aid migrants Ap 27-3; 
MILK 

Milk body scraps price filing rules Ap 17-1; Rise in price voted 
for NC dairies D 18-1; 
MINISTERS 

Clergymen, like other Tar Heels, suffer from low pay My 12-8; 
MISS NORTH CAROLINA 

Johnson, Eliza Annette, gets top beauty role Je 16-1; 
MODEL CITIES PROGRAM 

Charlotte making progress Jl 8-3; 
MONEY 

Woman owns piece of first money printed in NC My 12-111,9; 
MONUMENTS 

Senator Ervin dedicates Averasboro battleground Ag 19-24; 
MOORE, DAN K 

Says no to college role Ja 7-1; Questions report on riots Mr 8-15; 
Lists steps taken in education N 27-11; Sees overall progress D 20-1; 
Looks back on term D 31-1; 
MORGAN, ROBERT 

Says Bruton charge unfair My 4-6; Consumer has champion in 'Little 
Bob' N 10-IV,6; 
MOTHER OF THE YEAR 

Kiowa Indian woman 'Mother of the year' My 12-12; 
MOTOR VEHICLES 

Legislators don't like sale of department's lists Ja 27-1; 
MOUNT OLIVE COLLEGE 

Library named Moye Library 2-8; 
MURDER TRIALS 

Capps, James H. , given life term Ja 27-3; Sons say they saw 
slaying (Creech) F 15-1; Jablonowski, Eugene J., charged in death of 
ex-wife's new husband Ap 2-7; Howard, William, sentenced in Rocky Mount 
Ap 23-3; Jury gets death case in Rowan (Wise, Virgil Lee) My 9-3; 

Johnston man (Atkinson) sentenced to die in child murder Ag 10-3; 
Lenoir man charged in slaying (Drake) N 5-3; New trial request is 
denied in Pender N 14-22; 2 get life in Tones death N 14-22; Marine 
(Kirby, Charles Leon) gets life D 8-14; Hill, Marie, gets sentence of 
death D 20-1; 
MURDERS 

Essay tells slaying details Mr 26-1; Onslow storekeeper slain 
(LaCourse, Raymond A.) Ap 22-3; Extradition ordered in NC murder case 
(Rochelle, Pvt. Martin David) Ap 23-3; Cowart, Mrs. Helen Stevens, 
found slain My 30-1; 

Giddeons, Terry Lee, charged in double murder Je 28-1; Mystery 
remains on island (Brenda Joyce Holland) Je 30-8; Dare county death 
probe continuing Jl 31-3; 3 Bizarre Tar Heel murders said close to 
solution S 1-1; 



24 

MURDERS (Cont.) 

Man (Colville, Glenn) slain in trailer of Greenville woman S 17-3; 
Gaffney man (Martin, Lee Roy) pleads guilty to 2 strangulation deaths 
S 17-1; 1 killed, 2 wounded; Franklin man held (Hartsfield) 1-3; Two 
Kinston men arrested in slaying of store owner 26-3; 

Shallow grave case arrests made (Salisbury) 29-3; Ex-ECU queen 
found slain; husband shot in Lenoir N 2-3; Clues sought in bride's 
murder N 14-22; Husband jailed in knife death N 15-3; 
MURFREESBORO 

Historic group formally organizes Jl 19-3; 
MUSEUMS 

New Bailey museum honors horse-and-buggy doctors D 9-6; 
NASH TECH 

New institutes opened F 18-1; 
NAACP 

McBryde: didn't call NAACP hate group F 2-38; Heads frown on 
voting sit-out S 4-3; 
NCEA 

Sanctions policy offered F 16-1; 
NEGROES 

see also 
BLACK POWER; BLACK STUDENT DEMANDS; BLACK STUDIES PROGRAMS CANDIDATES; 
CONGRESS FOR THE UNITY OF BLACK STUDENTS; DUKE; GOOD NEIGHBOR COUNCIL; 
HOSPITALS; POLITICS; STATE EMPLOYEES; TEACHERS; VOTER REGISTRATION 

Edgecombe County's 1st Negro sheriff's deputies Ja 4-3; Hawkins 
will seek nomination for Governor Ja 14-1; Briefed on economic drive 
F 2-38; Parents claim lack of competent instructors F 26-24; Vance 
Negro gets first Morehead Award Mr 6-3; 

Federal registrars asked in Cumberland Mr 7-3; Moore urges state 
units to hire qualified negroes Mr 11-20; Bladen slave was also a prince 
Mr 17-111,7; Ex-slave owned farm, 38 houses, published 2 books Mr 17-111,7; 
State trails south in Negro registration Mr 20-1; 

Registration drive set by NAACP Mr 22-8; Complaints voiced in 
Jacksonville Ap 17-7; Named as election judges in Hertford Co. Ap 20-3; 
Negro appointed to school position Ap 27-3; State to recruit jobs for 
negroes My 11-5; Negro student elected secretary of the Bowman Gray 
school of medicine My 17-32; 

Picketing boycott may force Fayetteville grocer to close My 25-3; 
Hospital charged by negro My 21-3; Job interviewers come courting negro 
graduates My 26-111,3; Business recruiting rises at Negro colleges 
Je 2-23; NC Negroes plan selective buying Jl 5-1; 

SCLC asks Negroes, poor to boycott Hardee's Jl 6-22; Letter 
exposed by Gardner called a fraud by SCLC Jl 9-1; NC tops list in 
Negroes holding party positions Ag 22-3; Bertie names Negro deupty S 6-3; 
Negro (Fairley, Charles W.) will head Fayetteville work S 13-1; 

State hiring of Negroes rises 2-1; Coltrane says qualified 
Negroes available for hiring by state 3-48; Rocky Mount firm has 
continuing program to train, hire black employes 13-IV,14; Negro 
voters tugged in many ways 28-34; 

Negro poll power effect noted N 10-1; Negrc gets post at 
Wilmington D 31-3; 
NEPOTISM 

Unit would ban relative hiring Ja 23-16; 
NEUSE RIVER ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT COMM 

Appointments made by board Ap 3-3; 



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NEWS STORIES 

Editors select 10 top stories D 29-4; 
NEWSPAPERS 

CAROLINA ISRAELITE to cease publishing F 23-25; Special farm 
and home ed. of News and Observer Mr 11- ; Circulation of NC dailies 
is 1,218,228 My 22-11; Sitton to join papers (Raleigh) as editorial 
director My 29-1; 
NC A&T 

Afro-American center planned 2-8; Dr. Walter C. Caniel, head of English 
dept. named president of Lincoln Univ N 11-22; 
NC ACADEMY OF SCIENCES 

Names prexy: Prof Horace D. Crockford My 16-6; 
NC ASSOCIATED PRESS NEWS COUNCIL 

East, Bill, new president Ja 7-17; 
NC BALLET 

Gets home in Greenville My 9-24; 
NC COLLEGE 

Installs president (Whiting, Dr. Albert N. ) Ap 28-14; Head objects 
to stress report places on Negro colleges D 11-1; 
NC EDUCATION ASSOC 

NCEA leaders see little chance of organization being unionized 
Mr 5-1; NCEA seeks step-up in merger proposal; Sanction guidelines 
undergo revisions Mr 27-30; Annual meet set today Ap 4-3; Guidelines 
for sanctions, merger on agenda Ap 5-10; 

Teachers okay policy for use of sanctions My 18-1; 
NC EMBLEMS 
see 
FLAGS, EMBLEMS AND INSIGNIA 
NC FEDERATION OF WOMEN'S CLUBS 

Elects president, backs consumer council My 17-18:5 
NC FUND 

Fuller cleared by 0E0 report Ja 21-1; Brown, J. C, gets top post 
Ja 22-22; Chairman: J. C. Brown, Jr. Ap 28-111,2; Programs face 
uncertain future S 23-24; 'The people left behind 1 is concern of all 
America (George Esser) 13-IV,3; 
NC HALL OF FAME 

Four named Je 9-11,1; 
NC MUSEUM OF ART 

Semans, Mrs. James H., appointed to building comm Ja 9-17; 
Excellent handbook produced Ja 21-9; Trustees says museum needs more 
state support Mr 20-28; Bier told to ask more for museum Je 19-5; 
NC SCHOOL OF THE ARTS 

Meets challenge grant Ja 22-22; Moore names four to board S 13-54; 
NC SEASHORE COMM 

lp appointed to commission Mr 1-44; 
NC STATE UNIV 

Students criticize official F 21-28; Smith, Robert, appointed 
director of textiles extension and continuing education; Firm endows 
professorship My 12-18; Dr. Lovvorn appointed acting dean My 14-7; 
Degrees conferred My 26-1; Enrollment boost due Je 4-5; 

Three profs (Bostian, Knowles, Stuart) honored Je 26-5; Unveils 
phytotron Jl 24-26; Judge raps university's courts' Jl 29-1; 'Defects' 
charged (faculty recruiting and retention ) Ag 26-24; New dean (Cummings, 
Dr. Ralph W.) appointed S 14-5; Jones gets Dean's post D 6-9; 



26 



NC TUBERCULOSIS ASSOC 

Officers installed My 2-17; 
NORTH CAROLINIANS AGAINST THE DEATH PENALTY 

Letter to editor Ja 19-5; 
NURSES 

Complaints are voiced by nurses at Plymouth F 29-3; Strike will 
end this morning at Plymouth Mr 1-3; State's nurses win some high honors 
My 26-16; 
OFFICIAL EMBLEMS 
see 
FLAGS, EMBLEMS AND INSIGNIA 
OLD CHRISTMAS 

As always in Rodanthe D 29-V,10; 
OLD NORTH STATE MEDICAL SOCIETY 

To meet here Tuesday Je 9-13; 
OPTOMETRIC SOCIETY 

Forsyth man heads NC group My 28-15; 
OREGON INLET 

Work gets favorable report Ap 20-1; 
OUTDOOR DRAMA 
see also 
LOST COLONY 

'Horn in the West' opens in new form Je 30-1; 
OYSTERS 

Planting favoritism charged F 7-3; 
PTA 

Favors elected Supt. My 3-5; Displacement flayed at Negro PTA 
meet Je 19-3; 
PARKS 

Visits drop, camping up Ja 23-5; Park in Blue Ridge to honor 
Jeffress Je 16-5; Consultant biased, York says Jl 30-1; 
PERSONAL INCOME 
see 
INCOME 
PFEIFFER COLLEGE 

$1 million challenge grant given college F 19-5; 
PHARMACEUTICAL ASSOC 

Officials named Jl 3-16; 
PINEHURST 

Pinehurst-past and present S 8-V,l; 
PITT CO 

Farm income up 67% in 10 years Mr 5-3; 
PITT TECH 

Chemicals course unique in state Je 9-15; To add classroom 
building S 17-3; 
POETS 

U. S. has 17 poets laureate; one's a North Carolinian F 25-111,9; 
POLICE 

see 
LAW ENFORCEMENT OFFICERS 
POLITICS 

Congressional conservatives Ja 21-111,1; State gains vote at 
national convention (dome) Ja 21-1; Sanford says 'no' to race against 
Ervin F 11-1; Switchers put party where vote habit is F 18-1; 



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POLITICS (Cont.) 

Ding-dong political battle is predicted in new 8th district 
Mr 31-111,1; State reverberating from shock of LBJ decision Ap 2-1; 
6 seek Ervin's jobs observers ask why Ap 26-1; Gardner says charge 
by Combs is untrue My 8-12; Say no, Moore urges Broughton My 8-1; 

Hawkins calls Broughton 'Quitter' My 10-5; Negro political 
power in state stumbles over subtle factors My 12-1; Gardner pipelines 
going for $1,000 My 17-1; Lambast promised 'hot line* for Gardner 
My 26-9; "Wallace petitions given NC board Je 11-1; Klan's endorsement 
not sought — Gardner Je 16-5; 
POPULATION 

Immigrants slow exodus from NC Ja 5-1; NC report planned Ap 13-22; 
NC: 5,023,613 My 2-1; Pied piper raids rural areas N 17-IV,1; 
POSTAL SERVICE 

Air taxi service begins in Raleigh S 24-24; 
POVERTY 

see also 
ANT I -POVERTY PROGRAMS 

Franklinton center serves needs of poverty stricken Mr 10-111,6; 
Poverty, food statistics cited in 27 counties in the state 23-5; 
PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH 

NC synod will be asked to purge any prejudice Je 4-3; 
PRISONS AND PRISONERS 

Burke picked for regional high rise prison unit Ja 25-20; Unit 
has shakeup F 27-1; $5 million program to change prison Mr 11-1; Prison 
system reaps benefits of reform Mr 31-1; 500 inmates stage sit-down 
(Central Prison) Ap 17-1; 5 convicts dead, 78 hurt in riot Ap 18-1; 

Tags to cost cities more My 18-1; Escapers helped by 'garden 
wall' Jl 2-1; State adopts jail standards Jl 11-1; Some are forced to 
wait month for day in court Jl 14-111,1; Firing on prisoners defended 
in report Jl 30-1; NC prisons called 'colleges of crime' Ag 2-1; 

Judge backs prison officials 23-1; Cooks trained in state 
program D 29-4; 
PRIVATE SCHOOLS 

Planned in Wadesboro Mr 7-3; Private school to open-Pollocksville 
S 16-21; Applications rise 11-1; Rocky Mt. academy charter is 
obtained 26-2; 
PUBLIC UTILITIES 

CT&T, United utilities reach merger agreement Je 7-1; CP&L drops 
rate hike bid S 19-1; Eller quits, Wooten named to utilities commission 
D 10-1; 
PUBLIC WELFARE 

State bd. sets up agency to cut rolls F 27-1; Rolls steadily 
getting slimmer F 28-1; Workers angered F 29-1; Medical plan adopted 
Jl 11-1; Adopts new state plan D 31-5; NC board asks 20 per cent 
payment boost D 31-5; 
RACE RELATIONS 
see also 
BAPTISTS; CHURCHES; METHODIST CHURCH; TEACHERS 

Conference set Ap 23-3; Quiet racial progress noted under Moore 
Ap 29-1; NC Survey finds white prejudice, Negro militancy S 15-1; 
Negroes feel police treat whites better S 16-1; Schools, education first 
on Tar Heel spending list S 17-1; Jobs source of hope to Negroes in 
state S 18-1; Housing attitudes surveyed S 19-1; 



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RACIAL VIOLENCE 
see 
VIOLENCE 
RAPE 

Primes, James Lee, given life sentence F 22-1; Jury here heard 
ECU coed describe alleged assault Mr 14-42; Sneeden guilty; mercy 
granted Mr 16-1; Sneeden receives life sentence Mr 22-1; Duplin morals 
case evidence presented (Sekunda) 9-3; 
REDI STRICT I NG 

Tar Heel districts may avoid ruling Ap 2-1; 
REPUBLICAN PARTY 

Dare GOP chairman denies speech report F 1-3; Elected NC governor 
72 years ago F 4-111,9; 'Pre-Gardner' Republicans bite bullet of party 
shift My 12-3; Tar Heel GOP celebrating 100 years Ag 4-111,1; State 
GOP says agency aided Scott N 2-1; 

Can force roll, calls in assembly (dome) N 10-1; Wants voting 
chiefs in 2 counties dismissed N 27«5; Durham is new GOP Tar Heel money 
capital D 8-3; 
RESEARCH 

Overlords of US science F 18-111,1; 
RESEARCH TRIANGLE 

Research-key to the future D 29-IV,l; 
REVENUE BONDS 

Court OKs revenue bonds Mr 7-1; 
RIOTS 

see also 
VIOLENCE 

Report summary Mr 3-11; Negro group riots in Raleigh Ap 5-1; NC 
guard, curfew curb Raleigh violence Ap 6-1; Guard sees duty in 6 cities 
Ap 8-1; Death toll rises in national riots Ap 10-10; 34 of 39 killed 
in disorders were negroes Ap 13-7; 

Racial bias caused riots, ministers say Ap 20-24; Smithfield 
curfew called, riot loss $8,000-$10,000 S 24-1; Smithfield curfew is 
ended 1-2; Hyde asks patrol's aid as 100 protest N 9-3; 
ROADS 

see also 
HIGHWAYS; STATE CONTRACTS 

Moore road act hard to follow F 16-1; 1-95 link to bypass 
Fayetteville Mr 26-1; Fayetteville group plans court test in 1-95 issue 
Mr 27-14; 

ROBBERIES AND THEFTS 
see also 
BANKS AND BANKING; LIBRARIES 

Fourth man arrested in bank holdup here Ap 11-42; 5 held in Wayne 
bank holdup Je 6-1; Bandits get $11,200 at Nelson, Leland banks Ag 3-1; 
Legislator arrested in theft Ag 6-1; Routine stop yields $60,000 in NC 
art S 5-1; Vance bandit gets $7,000 19-1; 

Camden man is arrested in Nags Head bank theft 25-3; Bus driver 
heads for police after holdup (Charlotte) 29-3; 
SBI 

McBryde resigns as director N 23-1; 
SAINT ANDREWS COLLEGE 

Prof leads draft protest My 3-6; 



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SAINT AUGUSTINE'S COLLEGE 

US official (Dr. Willa B. Player) speaks F 5-22; Students get 
concessions Mr 30-24; Graduates urged to join black and white power 
My 27-30; Hopes becoming reality Jl 21-21; Carmichael advises students 
'get guns' N 22-60; 
SAINT MARY'S JUNIOR COLLEGE 

President plans retirement F 18-4; Trustees are elected to board 
My 15-8; 
SANDHILLS COMMUNITY COLLEGE 

Chappell, Sidney G., assumes interim prexy duties Ja 25-20; Starts 
mental health curriculum S 2-14; 
SANFORD,TERRY 

Plan to put Sanford on JFK ticket denied F 19-1; Takes role as 
Humphrey backer Ap 12-1; Ex-Tar Heel governor heads group: Urban 
America, Inc. Je 7-11; 
SCHOOL FOOD PROGRAMS . 

Lunch chief quits job (Searing, 0. Lee) N 22-1; 
SCHOOLS 

see also 
GOVERNOR'S STUDY COMM ON PUBLIC SCHOOLS 

State jumps 5 places in nation in teacher pays other statistics 
(dome) Ja 8-1; Abernathy, Donald D. , appointed Hoke Co. Superintendent 
Ja 10-6; Carroll says he'll retire Ja 16-1; Districts termed 'inadequate' 
Ja 16-22; Pupil-staff ratio better Ja 24-24; 

Franklin Co. files court-ordered plan Mr 29-1; Classroom need put 
at 10,355 Mr 30-9; Henderson high school hit by $200,000 fire Ap 4-1; 
High school size important for college Ap 7-27; Concern voiced over NC 
failure to teach German Ap 14-22; 

US schools beat Russia's Ap 14-111,9; New official announced for 
Vance (Taylor, Woodrow) Ap 17-6; C. A. Dillon, new school opens for 
delinquents My 2-3; N. Hanover school head named (Bellamy, Dr. Heywood 
C.) My 9-1; Broughton High gets principal My 11-22; School principal 
dispute is unsettled in Chowan My 15-5; 

State's schools ready to help handicapped My 26-16; Kinion heads 
Edenton school Je 5-3; Jones superintendent leaves school post Je 28-3; 
State high schools rapped in study Jl 26-1; Bulletin to provide Negro 
history guide S 1-7; The school board's dilemma 6-IV,l; 

Law bars half-holidays for teacher planning sessions N 8-48; 
School system revamp urged D 4-1; 
SCHOOLS - -ATTENDANCE 

Enrollment turns downward at Catholic schools in NC N 19-28; 
SCHOOLS— DESEGREGATION 
see also 
BLACK STUDENT DEMANDS; DEMONSTRATIONS; RIOTS; STUDENT DEMONSTRATIONS; 
VIOLENCE 

Federal prod spurs Wake school board Ja 17-26; Gates okays 
integration choice plan F 6-16; Orders affect 76 school divisions F 8-10; 
Review of trouble (ed.) F 12-4; 'Choice' and the law (ed.) F 14-4; Plan 
(Wake Co.) given tentative OK F 14-24; 

State school chief backs 'free-choice' F 15-34; Attendance zone 
plan OK'd for Raleigh school system Mr 15-44; School guidelines go 
nationwide Mr 19-1; State pays $18,787 more to Washington Law firm 
Mr 19-5; Free-choice plan seen permitted under guidelines Mr 20-28; 



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SCHOOLS— DESEGRATION (Cont.) 

Integration ordered in Vance Ap 4-16; Suit filed against 
Johnston schools Ap 5-28; Plan in Johnston approved Ap 6-95 Franklin 
school decision upheld Ap 9-19; 170 negro students boycott Anson school 
Ap 11-10; Johnston plan okayed, Hyde may lose funds Ap 19-1; 

$400,000 in federal funds witheld in Jones Co. My 11-3; South' s 
negro children untouched by 1954 ruling My 17-27; New Hanover hits 
integration order My 21-15; Orange reopens negro schools My 22-1; 
Getting around to reason (Orange Co.) (ed.) My 23-4; 

Carroll? Freedom of choice not ruled out My 28-1; Nearly 
56,000 negro children attend predominately white schools in NC My 28-15; 
Only the expected (ed.) My 29-4; Cleveland schools get mandate My 31-3; 
Clinton schools complying My 31-3; Raleigh schools threatened with loss 
of US funds My 31-1; Alamance school closing approved Je 7-48; 

HEW gives ultimatum to Harnett Je 15-3; Tension over principal 
selections subsides—Edenton Je 16-11,22; Integration action hit by 
protesters Je 28-3; Ultimatum received by Harnett schools Jl 2-3; 
Jones teachers ask officials to comply Jl 4-3; 

Morehead school consolidation not based on integration alone 
Jl 8-28; Four steps taken in Elizabeth City Jl 13-3; Franklin submits 
two step plan to desegregate county schools Jl 16-1; Ultimatums hit 
Harnett and New Hanover counties Jl 25-1; 

Jones schools get federal court order Jl 26-3; Bertie acts to 
eliminate dual system of schools Ag 1-10; Edenton, Chowan told to 
integrate Ag 1-10; Northampton must act to integrate Ag 1-10; Bertie 
opposes schools order Ag 8-21; Craven schools receive order Ag 8-21; 

Order issued for Beaufort County Ag 8-21; Pitt board is told 
its plan inadequate Ag 8-21; School mixing total in 43 NC counties 
Ag 8-42; Jones plan approved by court Ag 9-5; Effect in state of school 
ruling widespread Ag 18-1; Pace rapped by Coltrance Ag 24-5; Anti- 
Butler proposal killed by board S 4-6; 

School boycotts continues Pitt, Hyde, Franklin S 5-1; State 4th 
in school race mix S 8-1; Closed doors mark end of dual school system 
S 29-1; Vanceboro uneasy over bus issue 26-1; Vanceboro residents in 
protest 29-5; Washington Co. adopts school plan N 15-3; 

Official says Hyde welfare pupils continue boycott N 21-3; 10 
youths arrested in Hyde N 23-3; Hyde: Abernathy; 'Jail-in' N 25-8; 
Raleigh schools seek dismissal of HEW appeal on zoning plan N 26-28; 
Abernathy sick, returns to Ga. as Hyde aides fuss over policy N 28-1; 

Washington county's school plan okayed D 13-3; Tension closes 
school (Winston-Salem) D 17-1; 
SCHOOLS— REVENUE 

U. S. aid big boost to state's schools Ja 10-28; Precise roles 
urged on school financing Ja 18-8; Johnston schools facing $1.6 million 
loss in federal funds Mr 21-10; Johnston board will visit HEW Mr 22-8; 
Federal cash raises per-pupil spending Ag 4-19; 

Fees keep some children in Franklin out of schools S 18-1; Study 
group asks more local school funds D 15-8; Fees said bar to special 
coursed D 22-1; NC spends more, but falls back nationally D 31-5; 
SCHOOLS— TRANSPORTATION 

School bus suit is filed Ag 3-1; 
SCOPE 

To spotlight NC registration Ja 11-38; 



31 



SCOTT , ROBERT 

Proposes 12-point law, order plan F 13-3; Calls for shakeup in 
highway department Ap 10-1 5 Says he's free of political commitments 
My 4-5; Will oppose new state taxes Jl 24-6; Lashes back at Gardner, 
raises questions of his own 25-1; Favors taxing non-essentials if 
necessary D 19-10; 
SEGREGATION 
see 
DESEGREGATION 
SHAW UNIV 

see also 
CONGRESS FOR THE UNITY OF BLACK STUDENTS 

Head gives aims of black student meeting Ap 6-6; Check says hate, 
violence will not be bred at Shaw Ap 12-1; Black students meet in secret 
Ap 22-1; Black power bid turned down by Shaw's trustees Jl 16-22; Goes 
on air N 22-12; Fire hits dorm D 14-22; 
SHELTERED WORKSHOP 
see 
EAST CAROLINA SHELTERED WORKSHOP 
SOCIETY FOR SOUTHERN LITERARY STUDY 

Founded at UNC-CH Ja 15-22; 
SOUTHEASTERN COMMUNITY COLLEGE 

Gustafson, Dr. Robert K., assumes post as dean Je 7-14; Gets 
regional grant Je 20-1; Comer, E. Philip, inaugurated president 15-17; 
SOUTHERN COMMITTEE ON POLITICAL ETHICS 
see 
SCOPE 
SOUTHWOOD COLLEGE 

Wood,' Dr. Ernest Richard, to become Academic Dean Jl 21-15; 
SPEAKER BAN LAW 

Defense cost state $24,741 F 1-36; Federal court puts end to 
speaker ban F 20-1; Bruton says court backs ban purpose F 21-28; State 
won't appeal speaker ban ruling F 23-1; Statement of policy backed on 
speakers at University My 28-1; 
SPECIAL EDUCATION 
see 
EDUCATION 
STATE BUILDINGS 

Legislative building graced by coats of arms Ap 22-26; 
STATE BUREAU OF INVESTIGATION 
see 
SBI 
STATE COLLEGE 
see 
NC STATE UNIV 
STATE CONTRACTS 

Who's-got-it puzzle posed by document (grader contracts) Ja 3-1; 
Grader paper turns up Ja 4-1; Galion reaps $2*8 million on 1960 deal 
Ja 5-1; Hapless antics (ed) Ja 5-4; Grader hearing closes Mr 6-1; 
Hearing to open today on graders Ja 19-40; 

'Open end' buying built up commissions *s radio network (dome) 
Ja 19-1; Grader firms' complaints aired to board of award Ja 20-1; 



32 



STATE CONTRACTS (Cont.) 

Galion man gives defense for grader specifications F 2-1; Grader 
hearing closes Mr 6-1? Committee link asked by solon Mr 9-3; 101 new 
graders ordered by state Jl 6-5; Questions remain (ed„: graders) Jl 6-4; 
Arrival of road graders to be calm after the storm S 29-1; 
STATE EMBLEMS 
see 
FLAGS, EMBLEMS AND INSIGNIA 
STATE EMPLOYEES 

Highway agency employees get 'no-polities' warning (dome) F 9-12; 
Overtime pay plan adopted Mr 1-44; Pay ranges upped for 1,300 state 
employees Mr 1-1; Council blasts Negro hiring policy Je 21-1; Official 
cites problems in state hiring Negroes Jl 12-1; Leaders say NC has long 
way to go in hiring Negroes Jl 13-20; 

Retirement head retires: Yelton to be replaced by Martin, Charles 
Brantley Ag 30-1; Jackson's leave called 'clearly within the law' 
S 10-1; Retirement post goes to Miller 31-44; Salary raised approved 
for top state officials D 24-1; Salary levels improve for NC office- 
holders; pay hikes came twice in '68 for many officials (dome) D 25-1; 
STATE OFFICIALS 

Sound criticism (ed) state paying private legal fees Ap 2-4; 
Hiring of law firm defended by Bruton Ap 3-6; Pressure claimed by 
George L. Howard Ap 23-1; 
STATE REVENUE 

March dip in revenue collected Ap 5-1; 
STATE UTILITIES COMMISSION 
see 
PUBLIC UTILITIES 
STICKLEY, JACK 

Hits UNC trustee choice plan Mr 30-3; Vote record draws fire 
Ap 1-5; 
STRANGE, SENATOR ROBERT 

Book was first novel based entirely on NC incidents Mr 31-111,9; 
STRIKES 

see also 
DUKE; NURSES 

Rose Hill picketing restrainer vacated N 8-3; 
STUDENT DEMONSTRATIONS 
see also 
BLACK STUDENT DEMANDS; names of schools 

150 pupils in walkout at Edenton My 11-3; 25 pupils fight; 
school closed (Orange Co.) N 2-1; Principal resigns at Orange high 
N 6-26; Over 50 Orange high pupils expelled N 12-3; School wrecked in 
Hyde N 12-1; Youths arrested in Swan Quarter N 13-1; 

Hyde's dilemma: Negroes reject integration N 14-1; Moore sends 
aide to Hyde N 15-1; Talks, more arrests mark Hyde's dispute N 16-1; 
Swan Quarter march quiet N 17-13; 
STUDENTS 

Student legislature to hold 31st session this week Mr 3-111,7; 
Student legislators debate definitions Mr 9-22; Sleeping Hoke pupils 
puzzle school, medics Mr 22-1; Student chiefs like proposal D 11-32; 



33 



SUICIDE CLUB 

All but three of the 12 who joined died within a year My 19-111,7; 
SUPREME COURT 

Dissent in warning: decision on violence (ed.) F 6-4; 
TAR HEEL WRITERS ROUNDTABLE 

Details announced for writing contest Mr 28-23; 
TAX-EXEMPT BONDS 

Cumberland officials okay plan to dodge IRS bond tax Mr 14-1; 
TAX STUDY COM 

Giving localities fund options backed F 17-1; 
TAXES 

Studies show state near bottom in taxes F 25-1; Tax exemptions 
cloak much property Mr 16-1; Inequalities fill system for taxing 
tobacco land Mr 17-1; NC tax system ranks high in U. S. survey Mr 27-1; 
Cigarette tax urged to aid NC cities My 30-9; 

Smooth lobbyists' work paved way for beer law Je 27-1; Income 
boost state surplus hopes Jl 9-1; Scott will oppose new state taxes 
Jl 24-6; Tax without vote OK, court rules 12-1; Mecklenburg tax 
upheld 31-1; Tar Heels tax bills relatively light D 18-34; 
TEACHERS 

Rule eased on switching grades Ja 5-36; Training programs rapped 
Ja 13-20; Pay 'crisis' seen Ja 16-22; Negro teachers' rights violated 
F 9-1; Unionism shadow seen creeping over state Mr 4-1; Pay raises 
head UFE priorities Mr 15-1; Certificate changes proposed Mr 19-24; 

Early merger seen unlikely (professional organizations) Mr 28-44; 
Want lighter loads, fatter checks Mr 29-1; Teachers to seek 'professional 
practices act' Mr 31-13; State schools won't fill teacher needs My 5-10; 
Vote on sanctions plan My 10-1; 

Negro teachers' spokesman says unit not bound by sanction call 
My 19-4; Negro teachers propose changes in merger plan Je 18-5; Protest 
expected in Gates Je 29-3; Changes delay NC merger of teacher groups 
Ag 11-15; NCEA board rejects merger plan change Ag 15-7; 

Board told to ignore race N 8-3; Negro (Mrs. Agnes Wilson) 
named teacher of the year N 19-3; Suit will ask teacher rehiring N 23-1; 
New concept in teaching assignments to be studied N 24-IV,2; Firing 
suit is filed N 27-3; 
TEACHERS' EXAMS 

Negro spokesman hits teacher test Ja 30-1; Test arouses more 
opposition F 4-1; Let's keep the teacher exams Mr 3-111,1; Teachers 
win exam battle Mr 8-1; Wise half-step (ed) Mr 10-111,4; Prof (Wallace) 
said he had to bootleg documents Mr 12-5; Duke students rank at top on 
NTE test Je 17-7; 
TEXAS GULF SULPHUR 
see also 
WATER 

Mining change unfeasible chief says D 20-10; 
TEXTBOOKS 

State schools destroy old textbooks Ja 2-30; State agency gets 
rap on textbooks Ja 6-1; Tradition abandoned on single textbooks F 2-1; 
Study unit on texts criticized F 6-1; Choice favored F 7-1; Schools 
get booklet on Negro history D 24-20; 
THEFTS 

see 
ROBBERIES AND THEFTS 



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TOBACCO 

see also 
TAXES 

Many factors affect tobacco rental rates Ja 8-18; Mail order 
operators find cigarette sales a bust Ja 29-1; Nasty tiff (posters for 
mail trucks) F 15-1; Coastal leaf warehouse group formed Ap 4-1; 
Eastern belt markets set Aug 22 opening in secrecy Ag 9-1; 

ABCs of tobacco S 1-IV,1; Kornegay to lobby for leaf industry 
D 16-1; 
TOPLESS ATTIRE 

Go-go girls, bosses fined Mr 16-1; The wiggly scene for lonesome 
GIs Mr 10-111,1; 
UNIVERSITIES AND COLLEGES 
see also 
ASSOC OF EASTERN NC COLLEGES; BAPTISTS 

Federal budget cuts hit colleges in NC Ja 20-20; Dip in rolls seen 
F 10-1; Special sections schools and colleges F 11- ; University and 
due process? speech by James A. Perkins, president of Cornell Mr 16-4; 
Transfers hike enrollment Mr 18-26; 

Costs rise at NC institutions Mr 23-5; Right tocut college aid 
debated Myl6-12; Report on expansion of UNC due (dome) My 26-1; 4 UNC 
units to enroll 35,800 My 28-3; Protests allowed; obstruction isn't: UNC 
My 28-7; 3 NC colleges install administrative head (Western Carolina, 
Davidson, Wilmington) Jl 2-3; 

Tutoring system no worry for UNC state Jl 13-20; Over-estimated 
future enrollments, state board says S 4-26; Special ed. articles on 
individual institutions S 18- ; Students facilities increasing (NC 
statistics) S 18-1; College transfer study compleged S 29-IV,8; 

State tax help for colleges up 6-16; Negro colleges expand 
beyond 'teacher' level 7-24; Grads have an affluent future 14-3; 
Presidents face new pressures N 24-IV,l; NCC head objects to stress 
report placed on Negro colleges D 11-1; 

Carmichael visit financing probed D 14-22; Duke-NCX to begin 
interchange D 23-28; 
UNC 

Friday refused to fire professor under pressure (ed) Ja 12-5; 
Has 61 health programs F 9-16; Interim set of regulations on speakers 
adopted F 27-1; Policy study set on UNC speakers Mr 9-1; 4 units 
to enroll 35,800 My 28-3; Statement of policy backed on speakers at 
University My 28-1; 

Big four aren't always rivals N 17-11,12; Coeds' curfew on UNC's 
campuses to be lifted for juniors, seniors N 20-5; Board backs 2 new 
branches D 3-1; Undergraduate roles planned for proposed units of 
University D 12-50; Educators fret over resources to expand university 
D 15-1; UNC couldn't bar Stokely Carmichael D 21-22; 
UNC-C 

Student is slain at Charlotte U. Mr 13-3; 
UNC-CH 

see also 
BLACK STUDENT DEMANDS 

Dorm drinking gets nod Ja 6-6; Morrow, J. Charles, chosen 
provost F 14-3; Fuller quits teaching at UNC F 17-1; Daily TAR HEEL 
to observe its 75th birthday F 18-111,2; Kizer, Carolyn, to serve as 
resident writer Mr 1-15; 



35 

UNC-CH (Cont.) 

Demonstration brings arrest of 15 Mr 19-1; Hollywood in Chapel 
Hill Mr 24-111,1; 14 convicted at Chapel Hill in protest incident Mr 27-1; 
Eagles, Joseph C. named Vice Chancellor, business and financial affairs 
Ap 26-1; May have its sub for Carmichael My 111,5; 

Bridges hits hospital accounting My 14-1; Gives reply to Bridges 
on business operations at memorial hospital My 15-19; Sports program 
under NCAA probe Ag 18-1; Medical schools subject of decision to hike 
enrollment Ag 22-10; 

Josephus Daniels building will open today at UNC S 14-3; Playmakers 
celebrate 50th year S 29-V,l; Montgomery, Harry H., to head alumni Ag 29-23; 
Observes 175th birthday Saturday 11-27; Tries residence colleges 20-IV,8; 
Poet sets UNC term residency (writer-in-residence) 27-1,15; 

Faculty panel urges UNC torecruit more Negroes D 20-9; 
UNC-G 

Dean of students picked (Rev. Thomas J. C. Smyth) My 19-6; Flynn, 
Miss Shirley K., appointed dean of women J1-II,10; School of nursing 
accredited Jl 11-22; Grad school demand is up 27-IV,3; 
URBAN AREAS 

State urban affairs body urged by Scott S 7-5; Blowing in the 
wind: a dept. of urban affairs S 22-IV,l; 
UTILITIES COMM 

State would cut telephone rates Je 26-1; 
VISTA 

Poverty worker is fired (Charlotte) D 12-14; 
VALDESE 

Waldenses celebrate an anniversary Je 9-111,8; 
VIOLENCE 

see also 
RIOTS 

Edenton man charged in firing upon home Ja 2-1; Dissent in warnings 
supreme court decision (ed) F 6-4; Horror and warning (ed. Orangeburg) 
F 11-111,8; Tense peace marks Orangeburg F 11-1; 5 Negroes urge guard's 
removal F 12-1; Orangeburg still under curfew as bi-racial committee 
meets F 19-3; 

6 Franklin pupils fined in shooting Mr 27-1; Negro group given 
assurances by Moore (Franklin Co.) Mr 30-24; New Bern hit Ap 6-1; 
Tension grows over state Ap 7-1; Some curfews are lifted Ap 11-1; 
Northwestern Negroes claim win My 6-11; 

Curfew lifted at Hillsborough My 17-6; Bombing case testimony 
begins (Davidson Co.) Je 27-3; Car bombing case handed to jury Jl 1-1; 
2 blasters get 140 years (Lexington) Jl 2-1; Bertie deputy slain near 
Colerain Jl 6-1; Gunfire at Hickory leaves two hurt Jl 25-1; 

Wake deputy wounded Ag 13-22; Rocky Mount school is bombed Ag 16-1 
Red Springs put under a curfew S 8-1; Moore posts rewards of $1,000 in 
school bombing, church fire S 13-1; Student unrest spreads 20-IV,l; 
Nightriders fire on Negro home 30-1; 
VOLUNTEERS IN SERVICE TO AMERICA 
see 
VISTA 
VOTER REGISTRATION 

Major Negro voter registration drive planned for spring Ja 21-21; 
Brunswick uses old vote roll My 1-1; Poverty unit's voter drive opposed 
by Duke professor My 12-4; Negro totals below goals My 18-22; 



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36 

VOTER REGISTRATION (Cont.) 

Voter total drops in 'purge' of books My 29-28; Gaston will appeal 
literacy test ruling 15-3; Sets record in East N 4-1; Madison registrar 
souaht N 5-9; 
VOTING 

559 also 

LAWS 

Long rallot, apathy deeps NC voter total low My 6-1; Legislature 
will have a lot of new faces in 1969 session My 7-8; Scott led Broughton 
by 103,444 My 15-1; Bob Semers is certified as winner Je 13-6; Brock 
demands chapter, verse on Hawkins charges Je 26-5; 

Unofficial results—all races N 6-1; BY COUNTY IN NC N 7-6; 
Scott's margin in 84,157 in official vote N 27-9; Official governor's 
race tally N 23-48: Tar Heel voting total sets mark D 13-3; Voter 
total topped 90^ in NC areas D 28-1; 

waks forest 

Srccks Hays is first director of ecumenical institute F 3-3; New 
prexy, Scales, Dr. James -... hopeful Ap 7-6; Vice president speaking today 
at V.r inaugural Ap 11-10; Dean Weathers to retire Je 2-11; 

waissheses 

3-lscr-cs -" a " ~ iver s sr v Je Q— III-'" 



- i -)^) 



see also 
WATER .AND AIR RESOURCES; WATER POLLUTION 



Some X3 water standards get federal okay My 21-1; State seeks to 
restrict water use in eastern area Ag 29-1; State water problem acute 
3 3-1: Texas Gulf denies NC plant has harmed water 10-3; Texas Gulf 
water use is debated 26-1: Supplies rise for most NC towns N 19-28; 

8 county v.ater _:ss rules due D 19-1; 
WATER AhD AIR RESOURCES 

Only results count (ed.) Ja 27-4; Legal action begun by state 
ccsrd 3 1-1: Stevens, 5. '.'error, Jr., appointed head state board D 8-16; 
Stevens named new chairman of board D 19-48; 
HATER 31 1133 ION 

Substantial in 3ary ditch Ja 6-20; Federal water policy raises fear 
in state Je 13-1; Keeping streams free of pollution N 10-IV,1; State 
grants urged for ccr.trcl N 16-22; C?&L says no pollution expected at 
5 c concert D 25-7: 
WAYNE COMMUNITY C0L2B33 

Jnicrre course in recreational grounds management technology 
My 13-1": 

Contract okayed Mr ~-22; Moore hails welcome conters Ag 2-5; 
WESLEYAN COLLEGE 

Adopts minimestsr Ap 28-111,9; Hands degrees to 93 seniors 
Je 3-11: 
WESTERN CAROLINA UNIV 

Hyatt, Aaron, appointed director cf institutional research and 
development Ja 11-32: Hursing "degree established F 8-7; President, Dr. 
- : -lex 3,, electee Ac 24-3; Announces retirement ef Dr. 3 = ri D. Killian 
My 12-"; 
WILDLIFE 3331333 E3 X.\LY 

Massie, 3. N. s eieerec chairman Ja 31-22; 
WILMINGTON COLLEGE 

V.'accner, 3r. William H., t: become president; 3eard seeks new 
school superintendent Ja 9-15; Student creep backs profs at Wilmington F 13-3; 



37 



WILMINGTON COLLEGE (Cont.) 

Planning no action against faculty members F 14-3; Portrait rites 
slated (Randall, Dr. William Madison) Ap 27-3; Library named My 1-6; 
To use Kenan home N 20-6; Inauguration set for Prexy D 19-18; 
WINDSOR 

Residents planning to celebrate 200th birthday N 24-IV,12; 
WOLFE, THOMAS 

Andrew Turnbull's biography Ja 21-111,2; 
WOMEN 

35% of work force 13-IV,lg 
WRITERS AND WRITING 
see also 
TARHEEL WRITERS ROUNDTABLE 

Tar Heel list heavy in quality and quantity D 8-IV,7; 
W W H0LDIN3 INSTITUTE 
see 
HOLDING TECH 
ZOOS 

Experts say establishment of zoo feasible in NC S 6-1; 






1969 



NEWS AND OBSERVER INDEX 



ABC 

see also 
LIQUOR BY THE DRINK 

Still destroyed in Craven Co. Ja 6-3; Irregularities charged 
(Lenoir) F 22-1; Secrecy shrouds probe in Lenoir Mr 12-1; Lenoir's 
ABC probe continues Mr 19-3; Reorganization bill passes despite protest 
Ap 12-1; Lenoir ABC case postponed by board Ap 15-3; Scott names new 
board; Cohoon is chairman Ap 26-1; Crackdown results in arrest of 36 
Ap 28-3; Attack draws additional fire My 22-14; State unit suggests 
Lenoir chief's reprimand Jl 22-1; Seven beer licenses suspended Ag 19-3; 
Lenoir official sentenced 1-3; 
A AND T UNIV 
see 
NC A & T 
ABORTION 

No increase in abortions reported since 1967 Ja 19-11,24; Two 
charged in abortion out on bond My 15-12; Illegal abortion rate 25 per 
cent Jl 27-4; 
ACCIDENTS 

Man electrocuted, two hurt F 20-1; 4 from Jacksonville drown in 
road canal Mr 11-1; Body of Wallace girl, 13, found in small creek Mr 
27-1; Car hits 2 bikes: 2 killed; 2 hurt Ap 7-9; Goldsboro crash kills 
2 Ap 8-1; Legislator faces charge as wreck kills woman Ap 17-1; Two 
Greenville men drown in Tar River Ap 27-4; Motorcycle wreck kills couple, 
21 Ap 28-7; Three teenagers die in Siler City crash Ap 29-1; Two bus 
mishaps hurt. 18 children My 20-3; Three women die in wreck (Rowland) My 
21-3; 3 persons drown in pond accident My 25-11,12; Seven are killed 
in Havelock crash Je 1-1; Woman, 3 girls drown in sandpit Je 1-1; 
ADMINISTRATION, DEPT OF 
see also 
STATE EMPLOYEES 

Frank Turner to retire as property officer Je 3-16; Scott dismisses 
purchase officer (Brickhouse) Ag 18-1; McMillan to direct purchasing Ag 29-1 
Williams fills new post Ag 30-5; New division formed N 1-5; 
AGED AND AGE 

Study says state elderly poorer than US average Ja 3-5 
AGNEW, SPIRO T 

Visits Charlotte, defends the south Jl 12-3 
AGRICULTURE 

Farm and home magazine Mr 10; Carter confirmed as ASC director 
Ap 7-23; Rain in Pender swamps tobacco My 27-1 
AIR POLLUTION 

see also 
WATER AND AIR RESOURCES 

Trolleys could keep cities from exhausting air Ja 11-3; Official 
describes clean air facility (Nags Head) Je 14-3; Brown lung fight focuses 
on south Ag 13-11; Committee OK's standards for control 11-1; Clean 
air rules adopted by state 17-1; NC textile laws hit N 6-3; Brown 
lung plagues workers in textile mills N 16-1; NC firms balk on stone- 
hewing safety D 28-1 



AIRLINES 

see 
PIEDMONT AIRLINES 
AIRPORTS 

RDU air service expansion proposed S 24-1; 
ALCOHOL 

His (Ewing) dream is a center for studies in alcohol Je 9-1; 
ALCOHOLIC CONTROL BOARD 
see 
ABC 
ALCOHOLIC REHABILITATION CENTERS 

Randolph Clinic opens in Charlotte F 2-3; Dedication Thursday at 
Butner Ag 12-3 
AMERICAN PARTY 

Wallace group names temporary chairman (Green) Ja 12-8; American 
party head raps other two Ja 19-3; Shaken in battle for leadership 
My 6-1; NC head named in counter-suit My 30-3; Factions still find 
disagreements Je 5-5; Green says his party opposes tax 14-8; 
ANT I- POVERTY PROGRAMS 

Hunger problem still faces state F 22-1; Opening of food stamp 
program marked by objections in Robeson Mr 5-3; Program to combat hunger 
suggested to governor Mr 25-1; 2 Hyde women die in Wilson wreck Mr 25-3; 
Help for hungry oldsters Mr 31-24; 'Manpower' given $200,000 grant Ap 
14-6; VISTA workers leave Johnston Ap 17-3; Upward bound: cutting a new 
pattern of life Ap 20-IV,l; Scott vetoes work in aroused Johnston area 
Ap 24-1; Delay is assured in funds for Howard Fuller group My 3-1; Fuller 
says, 'don't waste love on white man' My 12-3; 0E0 will revamp SENCL and 
operation My 22-19; NC agency gets big 0E0 grant My 26-20; VISTA probed 
in report of New Bern voter busing My 29-3; Official in New Bern says 
VISTA cars transported voters My 30-3; Foundation (FCD) is a magnet for 
controversy Je 1-1; Durham funds believed kept from armed militant acti- 
vists Je 17-3; New Bern 0E0 workers charged Je 18-3; VISTA worker 
defended Je 24-3; Officials convicted (New Bern) Jl 3-17; Investigation 
ordered on funds backing A&T campus agitators Jl 11-1; Free food often 
eludes reach of hungry Jl 12-22; Aid program opens crack of progress in 
mountains Jl 13-11,24; Wake Opportunites Inc. faces overhaul Jl 19-22; 
Durham unit expects aid despite southern GOP protests Jl 23-1; Coastal 
Progress director resigns Ag 14-20; Robeson leaves tri-county action 
Ag 21-3; 
APPALACHIAN STATE UNIV 

Scott appointees join C&D board Mr 11-6; New chief for historic 
sites named (Pisney) Mr 19-26; Law and order roll call Mr 27-10; Voca- 
tional education posts filled Ap 2-3; Herring reappointed by Scott Ap 5-17; 
Negro named to driver's license post Ap 22-24; Williams named state jail 
chief Ap 23-26; Names Wey as president Je 21-14; White, Forsyth get 
budget posts Ag 7-1; Tar Heel (Martin) appointed ambassador Ag 21-1; Ed- 
ucation posts filled S 5-8; Eight appointed to arts council 21-5; 
Local affairs posts filled by Scott 23-3; Architects board gets 5 mem- 
bers D 12-6; Five appointed to tax commission D 12-6; Scott names 6 to 
study government D 12-7; 
ARCHITECTS 

NC architects honored My 18-IV,9 
ARCHIVES AND HISTORY 

Governor dedicates archives-library My 16-46 



ARSON 

see also 
FIRES 

Greenville school fire investigated Ja 22-14; Arson suspected in 
church fire (Greenville) F 14-3; Reward offered in Pitt burning (Syca- 
more Hill Church) F 19-3; High School (Broughton) fire being investi- 
gated F 21-1; Fayetteville fires checked for arson F 23-8; Bickett: 
may have used 'bad judgement' in Hut case Je 13-54; 2 arrested after 
fire in Asheville Je 25-3; Clemency asked in Klan fire case Jl 29-22; 
Three building burn at Beaufort Ag 8-3; Five young blacks jailed in 
Klan fire set free by Scott Ag 12-1; Repentant and grateful, 5 negroes 
leave prison Ag 13-1; Owner says mill fire was arson (Mackeys) S 7-4; 
Union members charged in fire at Mackeys Mill S 12-3; Pardoned youths to 
go to Shaw S 18-62; Blaze ravages law library in Durham S 20-1; 4 UNC 
fires believed to be arsonist's work 20-1; 
ART MUSEUM 
see 
NC MUSEUM OF ART 
ARTS 

Curtain going up in old Carolina F 23-V,l 
ARTS COUNCIL 

Council gives $2,500 to Jugtown Mr 23-6 
ASSAULT 

Ayden store owner beaten, migrant worker charged J 10-3; Jury 
finds Vlasits guilty of assault Ja 15-3; Jury acquits Raleigh man (Law- 
ing) M 13-1; Two charged with assault on James Lawing Mr 15-1; Hearing 
postponed, defendants deny charges (Morgan) Mr 18-3; Father, son fined 
in Lawing assault Ap 1-1; Police officers acquitted of prisoner-beating 
charges Ap 5-1; Solicitor thinks state proved case (Jones & Ethridge) 
Ap 6-1; Girls assaulted; 11 Lenoir men charged Ap 9-3; Mother gets two 
years Ap 24-3; Sheriff (Northampton) acquitted in assault Ap 24-3; 
Woman (Davis) found guilty of assaulting police Je 5-42; Two plead guilty 
to charge (Trenton) Jl 12-3; 
AUTHORS 

see 
WRITERS AND WRITING 
AWARDS 

Miller, young farmer of the year, is Hillsborough dairyman F 2-3; 
Wildlife federation honors Barkalow F 22-10; Farm manager of the year 
(Boyette) is named F 27-9; Mrs. Thomas woman of the year Mr 13-17; Mr 
12-12; Handicapped man guides others and gets top award from Scott Mr 
13-3; Mental health annual awards Mr 15-3; Charlotte gets 'all-America 
city' award Mr 20-3; NCEA announces 13 school bill awards Mr 21-19; 
Travel group awards Manteo photographer Mr 27-24; Halifax awards go to 
four cities Ap 13-9; Italian mausoleum wins top award for New Bern archi- 
tect Cardelli Ap 13-4; State winners in 4-H listed Ap 21-17; H. A. Moose 
named top pharmacist Ap 28-3; High School journalists presented plaques 
here My 9-42; 4 Tar Heels chosen for highest achievement My 22-1; Winners 
named in NC poetry competition My 25-11,30; Brandis receives Oliver Max 
Gardner award My 27-3; NC salutes 'Farm family of the year' My 30-10; 
Raleigh woman gets family life award 4-3; Music club gives composers 
award D 3-5; Music federation names winning composers D 4-24; Four 
given Cannon awards for restoration efforts D 5-8; AWARDS (cont.) 



AWARDS (cont.) 

Top literary honors go to Alden and Shaw D 6-1; Tar Heel (Radcliff) 
honored for saving life D 10-36; Larkins gets Wendell award D 15-8; 
AZALEA FESTIVAL 

Cheer Azalea queen Ap 13-1 
BALD HEAD ISLAND 

Refuge urged Jl 6-5; Island for sale; resort colony predicted 
Jl 20-3; State-built road key to plan Jl 30-1; Burney pledged fight to 
protect island Ag 1-32; Morgan says marshes belong to state Ag 2-3; 
Fraser says state owns marshes Ag 9-1; Cape Fear's sentry Ag 17-IV,1; 
State use proposed S 3-3; McGeachy opposes Brunswick's OK of commercial 
plan S 6-5; Keep true wilderness S 7-IV,l; Bachelors 3 on Bald Head 
S 7-IV,2; 45 legislators urge governor to acquire island for state S 10-1; 
Decision passed to Assembly S 12-1; C&D unit may back Isle plan S 13-1; 
NC should own island, C&D board says S 14-1; Purchase uncertain 21-5; 
Scott reaffirms position in dispute D 10-8; Specious comparison (ed.) 
D 11-5; 
BANKS AND BANKING 

NCNB move questioned Mr 15-5; How are Tar Heel banks faring Ag 
10-IV,9; 8 appointed to commission S 12-1; Banking industry taking licks 
it doesn't deserve (Speech by Luther Hodges, Jr.) N 16-IV,5; Eastern NC 
bank names Rich president D 10-7; Ruling on branch banks hailed D 10-11; 
BAPHSTS 

Position on federal school aid reaffirmed N 12-1; 
BEAUFORT TECH 

Bulging at seams Je 8-4; 
BELMONT ABBEY COLLEGE 

Won't admit ousted blacks in '69 My 7-6; 
BIOGRAPHY 

Abbott, R. Max, Kinston educator gets state post Je 13-23; 

Bailey, William F., Former prison head dies Jl 26-5; 

Ball, Clyde L. s named to assembly post D 31-14; 

Barbee, Stella K. , public-spirited nurse dies Jl 10-26; 

Barefoot, Napoleon B., Named district judge D 11-51; 

Barnes, Garland D., Serves peanut farmers in Northwest S 7-IV,3; 

Barrett, Lester, blind, he's organist and medical secretary F 2-V,7; 

Bedsworth, George, a fisherman's fisherman Je 1™IV,3; 

Benoy, Jean, consumer chief Mr 9-lV,3; 

Benson, Igor, combination scientist and clergyman My 18-IV,3; 

Bier, Dr. Justus, resigns from art museum D 10-36; 

Bobbitt, William H. , appointed NC chief justice N 14-1; 

Bobbitt, William, sworn in as state's chief justice N 5-18; 

Bond, Fred G. , overseeing 777 million pounds of tobacco N 16-IV,3; 

Brewer, Kidd, acquires Sir Walter hotel Mr 19-1; 

Brooks, Ben T., Jr., ex-shortstop now fields education's line drives 
Mr 16-IV.3; 

Brooks, John C, resigns as assembly administrator D 6-7; 

Brown, Robert J., inside the White House bureaucracy Ap 13-IV,3; 

Burch, James, black educator named to top level NC post 28-24; 

Burris, Dr. C. Allen, Meredith appoints new dean Mr 8-22; 

Caldwell, Margaret, master of NC Grange 19-IV,3; 

Cannon, Bishop William Ragsdale, stays on go in new job Ja 19-IV,3; 

Cannon, Mary, awards her last 100 Je 13-17; 



BIOGRAPHY (Cont.) 

Cates, Coleman C, top Civitan My 18-4; 

Caudel, J.L., dies in Wadesboro Ap 3-17; 

Cheek, James E., Howard taps Cheek Je 6-42; 

Cheek, King V. Jr., Shaw president N 2-IV,3; 

Cheek, King Virgil, follows James Je 9-26; 

Cheek, King Virgil, Shaw president Je 8-1; 

Chesnutt, Charles Waddell, pioneer Negro author Mr 9-IV,7; 

Clark, Julian, started as a teller Ag 24-11,12; 

Chrisawn, Dean, party official predicts legislative coup by GOP 

D 8-8; 
Clayton, Ivie, musical background for collecting billions S 28-IV,3; 
Conner, Wallace J., mobile homes' man on the go S 21-IV,3; 
Cook, Ruth, from Hitler Germany to social legislation F 9-IV,3; 
Craig, Dr. Sylvester, in Winston D 9-14; 
Crittenden, Dr. Christopher C, archivist, dies 14-1; 
Crow, E. B., banker retires D 2-23; 

Cyrus, John Holman, a walking encyclopedia on tobacco Ag 17-IV,3; 
Davis, Wiley M. , St. Aug ' s dean takes state post Je 13-54; 
Deane, Charles B., Segregation foe dies at 71 N 26-1; 
Dolce, Dr. Carl J., named dean of education at NCSU Mr 15-3; 
Dunn, Lewis F., new spokesman for men of the sea Ap 27-IV,3; 
Eagles, Joe, gets post with NC Housing Corp. 10-1; 
Early, Dr. J. J., names president at Pfeiffer Ja 23-8; 
Ellis, Albert, state senator dies in Jacksonville D 15-6; 
Ervin, Sam, bill would permit courts to try former GIs D 2-7; 
Finlator, Rev. W.W., date with the Assembly Ap 21-7; 
Fletcher, Inglis, dies at 90 My 31-1; 
Fletcher, Inglis, rites set Monday for author Je 1-6; 
Fountain, R. M. , dies in Tarboro Ja 5-10; 

Franklin, W. H. , his civic work "was like an obsession" Je 29-IV,3; 
Frye, Henry, Negro legislator 'exploring, learning' F 23-IV,3; 
Fuller, Howard, controversial but he wants to be 'flexible' D 14-IV,3; 
Fuller, Howard, troublemaker or hero: My 25-7; 

Galloway, Grady, director reappointed to commission for blind D 14-6; 
Garrett, Joseph W., after 24 years he moved into the driver's seat 

Mr 2-IV,3; 
Garrett, Joseph W., appointed state commissioner of motor vehicles 

Ja 25-1; / 

Garriss, Phil, appointed state highway controller 3-12; 
Gatton, T. Harry, history buff in world of high finance Ap 20-IV,3; 
Geoghegan, George, dies at 74 F 17-1; 
Gifford, L. C, Hickory editor succumbs Jl 8-6; 
Godwin, Philip Pittman, from 'speaker ban' to 'mr. speaker' Mr 

23-IV,3; 
Golden, Harry, this teacher is Golden Ja 12-5; 

Goldthwait, Charles, retirement no problem for NC textile chemist 
. Mr 30-IV,8; 

Gray, Bowman, 62, dies at home Ap 12-1; 
Greenberg, Abe, an expert in money and people 5-IV,3; 
Griffith, Andy, honored by historical association D 3-5; 
Grimes, Willie, Greensboro orders curfew after violence, one death 

My 23-1; 



BIOGRAPHY (Cont.) 

Gulledge, Eugene A., FHA head started in car repair firm S 21-5; 

Gullette, George A., dead at 60 D 1-23; 

Gulley, William E., agricultural information official dies D 18-36; 

Guy, Col, Edwin, police chiefs stress law, order with justice 4-6; 

Gwyn, Judge Allen H. , dies D 17-10; 

Haas, Ben, author a literary splach Ap 27-6; 

Hambrick, Joe, trombonist heads jazz program F 23-V,4; 

Hancock, Frank W. , former rep., FDR official, dies Ja 24-5; 

Hart, Dr. Donald J., elected St. Andrews head Ja 15-3; 

Hausman, Dr. Leonard, Quits, charging 'intimidation' N 27-64; 

Haynie, Russell Manning Jr., 'Dean' of truck school likes the 
solid ground Ja 12-IV,3; 

Hedrick, W. P., leaf leader dies Mr 3-1; 

Henderson, Isabelle Bowen, services Wednesday for Raleigh artist 
My 20-6; 

Herbert, George R. , RTI's middle man of science Jl 6-IV,3; 

Hobbs, S. H., UNC economist dies N 17-5; 

Hobby, Wilbur, a new militancy in state labor movement N 9-IV,3; 

Hodges, Luther, heads new state health move My 14-30; 

Hodges, Martha Blakeney, dies of injuries in fire Je 28-1; 

Horton, Frank, blending past and present at Old Salem 12-IV,3; 

Howard, Robert, his sculpture keeps growing My 4-V,l; 

James, Joshua, named to head state industrial commission 21-14; 

Jenkins, John, troop C--new leader, same goal 13-28; 

Jenzano, Anthony, Special pride in exploration of the moon N 23-IV,3; 

Johnson, Clifton, named district judge by Scott Ag 6-3; 

Johnson, Dr. C. T., succumbs in Red Springs Mr 26-20; 

Johnson, Jimmy, will resign Democratic party post D 9-5; 

Johnston, Dr. Joseph M. , involvement's the word for Tar Heel educa- 
tor Ja 5-IV,3; 

Jordan, John, named chairman of state welfare board S 9-1; 

Joyer, Felix, UNC ' s global money man Jl 27-IV,3; 

Kincheloe, Dr. F.S., Selma physician dies in auto crash Ap 26-17; 

King, Arnold, special meaning in the story of Job 26-IV,3; 

Knight, Douglas, hired by RCA Ap 3-3; 

Knight, Douglas, not bitter at end of stormy tenure Je 8-1; 

Knight, Douglas, resigns to take new position Mr 28-1; 

Koontz, Elizabeth, Tar Heel woman Nixon appointee Ja 11-1; 

Kredich, Nicholas M. , named a Markle scholar Ap 7-6; 

Lake, I. Beverly, denies his papers to ECU Ap 10-1; 

Lee, Howard, mayor-elect walks tightrope My 8-1; 

Lee, Noel Jr., farm leader battling 'to retain our youth' Ap 6-IV,3; 

Lee, Howard, of Chapel Hill Jl 13-IV,1; 

Lennon, Alton, becoming activist in field of Oceanography S 21-5; 

Lockamy, John N., gets vehicles post Ag 24-3; 

Lucas, Clement, UNC student shakes AMA with his views F 9-V,9; 

Lyons, Dr. Charles, seeking 'total involvement' N 30-IV,3; 

McCall, Fred J., Campbell's coach tackles a new job F 16-IV,3; 

McCants, Dr. C. B., tobacco scientist wins major award 6-21; 

McGee, Mike, named football coach, ECU D 20-11; 

McMillan, R. D., to direct purchasing Ag 29-1; 

McMillan, R. L., attorney dies here (Raleigh) My 10-1; 



BIOGRAPHY (cont.) 

McNeill, John Charles, poet and politician Je 15-IV,7; 

McPherson, Holt, editor and millionaire businessman Je 22-IV,3; 

Martin, Graham A., appointed ambassador Ag 21-1; 

Mitchell, T. B., ex-professor honored for study of bees 25-15; 

Mizell, Wilmer, freshman congressman from Vinegar Bend D 28-IV,3; 

Mobberley, Dr. David G., named new president at Greensboro Mr 5-19; 

Moss, Robert V., to lead church Jl 1-2; 

Munn, Alexander, school principal and community leader Je 15-IV,3; 

Murray, Charles G., keeping the South' s food basket filled 
D 21-IV,3; 

Odum, Howard T., how to protect man from himself Ag 3-IV,3; 

Owens, William Clarence, police chief mild-mannered, direct 
Ag 10-IV,3; 

Parker, R. Hunt, chief justice dead at 77 N 11-1; 

Pearson, Henry, exhibition to open today Ap 27-V,9; 

Pierce, Richard, retires at Dix hospital D 9-20; 

Pignani, Tullio, helped set lunar route N 21-8; 

Pisani, Rev. Frank Warren, inaugurated as president of Saint Mary's 
Junior College N 15-26; 

Rackley, Elmer R. (Slim), police chief; suicide ruled Je 13-11; 

Radcliff, Walter Jr., honored for saving life D 10-36; 

Rich, High J., eastern NC bank names new president D 10-7; 

Robbins, Grover, business enigma in the mountains Ja 26-IV,3; 

Roney, Ben, kingpin in Scott office stays in background F 2-IV,2; 

St. George, Capt. W. R. , commands the Josephus Daniels F 23-8; 

Sander, Rudolph, UNC-G opera director N 23-V 3 6; 

Sasser, Dr. William G. , moving force behind Wesleyan music train- 
ing Mr 16-V,8; 

Sauvage, Norman, would-be • Astronartist ' Ap 6-IV,7; 

Scarborough, Dan, Wake county playwright My 13-24; 

Schaub, Ira Obed, remains dean of NC farming Je 5-15; 

Sharp, Susie, among 3 women eyed for US Supreme Court N 29-6; 

Smith, Claude P., state's small businessman of the year Jl 13-IV,3; 

Sowers, Roy, boss of C&D walks a tightrope Jl 20-IV,3; 

Speros, Gus, A wheeler-dealer who likes to be where the action is 
My 11-IV,3; 

Stealey, Dr. Sydnor, Baptist official dies Jl 26-5; 

Stevens, James S., named to recreation post 21-14; 

Stokes, J. Lem, appointed associate director of NC board of higher 
education S 3-5; 

Stone, Clarence, ex-senator dies Ja 17-1; 

Swalin, Maxine, North Carolina's first lady of music D 21-V,4; 

Teer, Nello, My 4-IV,l; 

Tongue, Mrs. Annie Hardy, educator dies at 77 N 8-6; 

Troxler, William F., selling electronics around the world 
S 14-IV,3; 

Turner, Frank, to retire as state propety officer Je 3-16; 

Turner, William, his busyness is just 'good therapy' Je 8-IV,3; 

Wade, Kate, 46-year career in court Ja 5-IV,2; 

Wakeley, Dr. Jay T., named to post at Research Triangle N 4-21; 

Wallace, Dr. Lillian Parker, Renaissance woman My 18-111,1; 

Weeks, Cameron St. Clair, blind attorney laughs at his own disa- 
bility Mr 30-IV,2; 



BIOGRAPHY (cont.) 

Wey, Herbert W., named Appalachian president Je 21-14; 

White, Thomas, again chosen head of budget group S 16-1; 

White, W. Capers, dead at 90 N 3-6; 

Wiley, Calvin H., a devoted Carolinian: 1st supt. F 23-IV,8; 

Wilkinson, Sylvia, teacher-writer keeps in shape My 4-111,1; 

Williamson, Millard Everett, police chief started when he was 17 
My 25-IV,3; 

Willis, Tom, his goal is developing the east Ag 24-IV,3; 

Willoughby, George S., gets highway post S 20-1; 

Wiseman, Lula Belle and Scotty, retired to farm F 16-V,10; 

Wyland, Bertha Harris, touch of poetry in first novel F 23-IV,6; 
BIRDS 

Virus suspected in death of hundreds Je 18-3; 
BIRTH CONTROL 

see also 
ABORTION 

Pills, IUD's successful in county Ja 14-22; Sterilization statute 
in state rarely used F 25-6; NC Blue Cross liberal on sterilization Mr 
27-38; NC family commission studied Ag 24-5; NC family planning needs 
aren't met 29-1; 
BLACK PANTHERS 

Role in campus disorders probed Je 6-5; Eight sentenced in 
Charlotte 4-5; 
BLACK STUDENT DEMANDS 

'Afro' emphasis might violate rights law Mr 7-1; Jones school 
board gets black demands Ag 1-3; Teacher (Chapel Hill) accused of 
racism N 5-6; 
BLIND 

Job unit for blind target of attacks Je 15-4; Bureau's super- 
visor answers, counter-charges Je 16-3; Attorney general ruling: retire- 
ment system illegal Je 20-6; Scott appoints 9 to commission Ag 14-26; 
Scott swears in commission Ag 23-3; Director appointed to commission 
D 14-6; Grady Galloway reappointed director of commission D 14-6; 
BLUE GRASS MUSIC FESTIVAL 

Finger plucking good S 1-1; 
BLUE LAWS 

Raleigh blue law upheld Ja 22-1; Arrests made in Sanford S 16-3: 
Test of Durham's 'blue law' due 29-30; No counties enact Sunday Blue 
Law N 2-IV,10; High Point laws unenforced D 20-3; 
BOARD OF HIGHER EDUCATION 

New campus approval qualified Mr 8-1; State money requested for 
private med schools Mr 29-3; Scott seeks chairmanship of higher educa- 
tion unit Ap 24-1; Super board in disguise (ed.) Ap 25-4; College heads 
favor Scott plan Ap 26-1; Board has led troubled life Ap 27-1; Hill 
plans to remain on board Ap 30-3; Assembly reorganizes higher education 
board My 2-1; Education planning post filled (Critchf ield) Jl 1-3; 
Approves use of funds Jl 19-3; Scott appoints GOP's Stickley Ag 22-1; 
Scott says board not politicized Ag 23-5; Stokes appointed associate 
director S 3-5; State university fund control causes conflict S 29-1; 
West says board friend, not foe S 30-3; 
BOWMAN GRAY 

New dean is picked (Tuttle) Ja 23-3 



BREVARD COLLEGE 

Davis, Robert A. named president F 21-39; 20-15; 
BRIBERY 

see also 
FRAUDS AND SWINDLING 

Jury foreman arrested on bribe charge Mr 19-1; 
BRIDGES 

Ease travel to Tar Heel beaches Jl 31-33; Unique Cape Fear span 
to be dedicated Monday 19-3; 
BUDGET 

Proposed budget Ja 16; Commissioners OK 6 cents tax rise, budget 
$17.8 million Je 6-42; 'Fat' is under attack Je 18-7; Official pro- 
poses new broom for state's budgetary cobwebs Jl 7-28; White, Forsyth 
get posts (Commission) Ag 7-1; Surplus exceeds estimate Ag 28-3; 
CPA EXAMS 

State board releases names of new CPA's Ag 3-11,11; 
CAMPBELL COLLEGE 

Newsman (Todd Scarborough) gets post 17-8; Gets large gift N 
6-16; 
CANDIDATES 

Jonas says he won't retire D 23-3; 
CAPE LOOKOUT NATIONAL SEASHORE 

It's coming, but when? 26-6; State acquires tract 30-1; 
CAPITAL PUNISHMENT 

Death penalty ban urged Mr 20-12; Advocates of death penalty ban 
are hopeful Ap 8-5; US court to review old NC law Ap 8-1; Morgan will 
continue death penalty appeal Ap 9-6; Death law leeway sought Ap 19-6; 
Bills changing death penalty laws rejected Je 18-5; Validity of NC death 
penalty doubted N 16-8; 

CAPITOL 

People flock to Capitol Ag 18-30; 
CAROLINA POWER & LIGHT CO 
see also 
PUBLIC UTILITIES 

Directors elect 3 new vice presidents D 10-3; Water use outlined 

D 12-6; 
CENSORSHIP 

Obscene book rule passed in Charlotte Mr 26-3; Firm found guilty 
in obscenity trial here Jl 25-44; Police, SBI halt film in Ahoskie Ag 5-3; 
Sheriff guns down 'indecency, filth' Ag 25-3; Films seized at Zebulon Ag 
28-50; Sheriff denies banning movies (Charlotte) S 13-3; Rutherford film 
suit slated for hearing S 19-3; Curse in text is target of protest D 14-11; 
CERTIFIED PUBLIC ACCOUNTANTS EXAM 
see 
CPA EXAMS 
CHARLOTTE 

Chosen as center for air pollution control Mr 26-3; 

CHIROPRACTORS 

Chiropractic program set in Bladen Ag 8-38; 
CITIZENS COUNCILS OF AMERICA 

White council seeks boost Mr 10-3; 
CLAYTON 

Centennial celebrated My 18-10; 



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CONSUMER PROTECTION 

Governor first to join buyer protection group Ja 8-3; NC files 
drug suit against 5 F 1-1; Tar Heels to get chances for refunds in drug 
case F 11-24; Jean Benoy, first consumer protection division chief Mr 
9-IV,3; Morgan accepts drug firms' bids 'conditionally' Mr 20-42; Fraud 
in hearing aids is disclosed My 14-6; Hearing aid regulations sought in 
NC My 18-9; Publishers throw book at lawyers, official says My 26-26; 
Games, gas prices linked Je 18-5; Panel gets games bill Je 19-11; NC 
to sue price fixers Jl 4-8; Suit brought against five drug firms Jl 
10-1; 
CORRECTION COMM 

Raleigh psychiatrist gets deputy prison chief post Ag 8-38; 
COST OF LIVING 

Prices zoom; inflation at peak D 20-1; 
COUNTIES 

100- -count them- -100 counties F 2- IV, 2; 
COURTS 

see 
JUDICIARY; JEVENILE COURTS 
CRIME AND CRIMINALS 

Law education and prisoner rehabilitation cited as crime deterrents 
My 22-22; One in 320 to be crime victim Je 16-3; Funds allocated on 
crime control S 13-3; 
CULTURE WEEK 

Activities to begin on Tuesday N 30-7; Fire, mink first lady 
warm culture week tea D 3-12; Top literary honors go to Alden and Shaw 
D 6-1; 
DAVIDSON 

New 'sport' thrills Davidson Ap 26-3 
DEAFNESS 

Deaf to 'see' art better Ja 15-22; '64 measles result: deaf 
5-year-olds F 17-26; Acoustic nursery: help for the deaf Ap 6-IV,7; 
At pre-school child hears first sounds Jl 6-4; Deaf class results not 
guaranteed S 15-28; 
DEATHS 

see 
BIOGRAPHY 
DEBUTANTS 

1969 debs named Jl 6-111,1; Patricia White will lead ball Ag 
17-111,1; 195 young socialites bow at annual ball S 6-1; 
DEMOCRATIC PARTY 

Democrats will hear Hollings Ap 19-1; Ira Belk receives Demo- 
cratic post Ag 20-28; Johnson urges changes in NC Democratic party S 
23-3; Barbour criticizes Sen. Fred Harris S 24-5; Democrats ask what's 
wrong with the party 6-1; Scott designates party study unit 18-1; 
Bowles: study commission makeup 'unfairly chosen' 19-3; Barbour 
accuses Bowles of exploiting party issue 21-5; Democrats sway in 
changing wind N 23-1; Thad Eure: Nothing wrong with the party D 1-6; 
Johnson will resign party post D 9-5; Sanford's exit throws governor's 
race open D 28-1; 
DOCTORS 

UNC student (Lucas) shakes AMA with his views F 9-V,9; 



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DOCTORS (cont.) 

Steps suggested to fill MD ranks Mr 1-1; State approves 17 new doctors 
Mr 26-28; State board grants licenses to 15 doctors Mr 26-28; Physician 
would ease shortage of doctors by training negroes Mr 28-5; Shortage is 
acute in rural NC Ap 1-1; Shortage hits hardest in country areas Ap 2-1; 
Towns without doctors attempt to recruit them Ap 3-1; 3 ways open for 
more physicians Ap 4-1; State licenses 175 physicians Ag 3-11,26; 79 
licensed by state med. board 18-5; Medical board gives licenses D 5-7; 
DRIVER EDUCATION 

NC plans unique driver study D 5-1; 
DRUGS 

see also 
NAMES OF INDIVIDUAL DRUGS 

24 nabbed in NC drug raid F 4-1; Soldiers arrested, 'pot' seized 
F 5-1; Court rule frees 8 of drug charge (Salisbury) F 22-3; Fayette- 
ville drug squad formed Mr 25-3; Flow increasing in state, SBI lab re- 
ports Ap 5-3; Pair charged in drug case Ap 16-3; Pharmacist acquitted 
in drug case Ap 16-3; SBI probes traffic in Greenville My 15-8; Duke, 
UNC raided; 7 students charged My 16-28; Narcotics trial set for 12 in 
2 courts My 17-14; Answer to problem is education, US official (Finla- 
tor) says My 26-26; Drug-mail charge filed in Onslow Je 7-8; Experts 
trained in drug sniffing Je 10-5; Soldiers held on LSD charge at Ft. 
Bragg Je 14-14; Marijuana penalty cut by assembly Je 20-1; NCSU coed 
pleads guilty Jl 24-56; Training problem dogs SBI Ag 19-22; Six 
arrested (Durham) Ag 24-5; Heroin use grows in Chapel Hill S 16-24; 
Chapel Hill anti-drug drive begun S 21-10; Marijuana, LSD arrests on 
increase S 26-16; Police study Marijuana; seek grower S 26-3; 3 stu- 
dents charged with Marijuana (Murfreesboro) S 30-16; Fourth arrest made 
at Chowan 1-3; Ex-dean (Gardner-Webb) charged 1-3; Chowan students 
receive sentences 3-3; Musicians arrested on drug count 6-28; 
Chowan coed gets sentence 10-3; Morehead City principal: 40 per cent 
use drugs 11-1; Morgan: drug use spreads in schools 17-33; Former 
dean (Gardner-Webb) gets suspended sentence 23-28; Use in high schools 
combatted in Chapel Hill 27-5; Onslow area officers join to fight drug 
pushers N 18-3; Is Mafia involved in NC narcotics? N 29-6; Neighbor 
council staffer freed of hashish charge D 11-62; Morehead raid nets LSD 
tablets D 17-12; 
DUKE UNIV 

1968 gave variety to Duke Ja 2-3; Knight plans help for Negroes 
at Duke F 5-3; Nurses a hangover of tension, fear, dismay F 15-1; Mili- 
tant Negro students meet with Duke president F 16-1; Roots of the strug- 
gle; students, Duke yield in demands F 17-1; Knight is in crossfire F 18-3; 
Knight says Duke did not surrender F 21-7; Grand jury to eye disorder F 
26-3; Blacks threaten withdrawal Mr 11-1; Negro students postpone with- 
drawal Mr 18-3; Court hears black's cases Mr 20-3; Panic? Call Duke 
poison center Mr 21-10; Knight resigns to take new position Mr 28-1; 
Funds drop after campus trouble My 7-1; Sealevel hospital given to Duke 
My 27-3; Knight not bitter at end of stormy tenure Je 8-1; Blacks, whites 
work together at Duke Ag 17-IV,7; Big changes, wars against disruptions 



S 26-3 
11-7 
D 14-1 



Students endorse ROTC S 26-3; Plans classes on moratorium day 
Sued by Labor Dept. N 4-24; Sanford picked as new president 



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EARTHQUAKES 

Small quake rattles NC D 14-4; 
ECU 

'Seed' drive gets $231,000 Ja 19-8; Regional Development Institute 
works for 32-county area F 2-15; Dorm is dedicated for Mary Greene F 3-5; 
Roanoke Is. institute announced F 15-3; First National Bank gives ECU 
grant F 20-53; Zincome backs levy on tobacco F 21-6; Renews bid for 
full status F 26-1; Study on suicide funded Mr 6-3; East Carolina to 
consider Negro pleas Mr 13-3; Black complaints aired Mr 14-3; Scott 
favors new medical school Mr 14-1; Scott says "plan ahead' for new medi- 
cal school Mr 18-5; Med school bid made by ECU Mr 19-1; Talks on de- 
mands continue Mr 20-3; Black students confer with Jenkins Mr 27-25; 
Jenkins speaks; 51 walk out Ap 1-1; Black students arrested at ECU Ap 
2-1; Jenkins; protection said for the 'best' Ap 3-3; Quiet after bomb 
hoax Ap 3-3; Justice Lake denies papers to ECU Ap 10-1; ECU council end 
proposed Ap 17-3; Art faculty to show work My 4-V,8; Library funds stir 
competition in committee My 24-3; Commitment in the dark (med school ed.) 
My 26-4; Sister graduates at secular ECU My 28-3; Provost, health dean 
positions planned in reorganization My 30-5; Ex-students get sentences 
My 30-5; Dorm is to be named for Dean White Je 4-3; Misrepresented 
committment (ed. Med. School) Je 29-IV,4; Med school funds OKd Jl 1-3; 
Marine study center installed at Manteo Ag 13-3; Students won't get pa- 
rade permit N 13-3; McGee named football coach D 20-11; Seeks law en- 
forcement funds D 21-8; 
ECONOMIC CONDITIONS 

State's economy hits period of 'hesitation' Ja 26-IV,7; State's 
economy also due cooling Ap 5-1; State of the state's economy Je 8-IV,8; 
EDUCATION 

see also 
SCHOOLS 

Vocational education gets textile support Ap 4-8; New educational 
computer greeted at Rich Square My 3-16; State moves to update vocational 
education S 15-3; 
EDUCATION, HIGHER 

Overhauled by assembly Jl 6-7; 
ELECTIONS 

Governor favors direct elections 1-1; 
ELECTORAL COLLEGE 
see 
PRESIDENTIAL ELECTIONS 
ELECTRIC POWER 
see also 
PUBLIC UTILITIES 

Statewide power supply is planned Jl 20-12; Potential participants 
in electricities Ag 10-IV,8; NC electric membership corp. approves plan 
on EPIC power system Ag 14-5; High voltage battle looms over power Ag 
17-IV,8; 'Fantasy", says CP&L chief Ag 23-3; 
ELIZABETH CITY STATE COLLEGE 

4 students charged in fire Mr 21-19; 
ELON COLLEGE 

Marching professor suspended 19-2; Suspension ends for Elon pro- 
fessor N 8-3; 



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EMBEZZLEMENT AND MISAPPROPRIATION 
see also 
FRAUDS AND SWINDLING 

Goldsboro official fired for shortage Ag 8-3; Two women indicted 
(McLeod, Harrington) Ag 15-3; Jones, James Wiley faces charges 10-3; 
ENGINEERS 

State board certifies 70 F 2-17; 
EPISCOPAL CHURCH 

Grant plan criticized N 1-1; 
ERVIN, SAM J 

Seeks to restrict US judges F 26-3; Urges end to 1965 voting act 
Jl 10-15; Asked to investigate congressman's activities 5-6; Says 
FHA selection of lawyers is pure politics 16-43; Bill seeks to limit 
supreme court's jurisdiction N 5-3; Personnel rules irk senator D 25-1; 
FHA 

New NC head takes over Jl 2-1; 
FAIRS 

Open NC state fair 18-1; 
FAYETTEVILLE 

Workers strike My 27-3; 
FAYETTEVILLE STATE COLLEGE 

President (Jones) resigns Mr 19-3; Lyons takes over as president 
Ag 1-3; 
FERRIES 

Schedules curtailed N 1-3; 
FIRES 

see also 
ARSON ■ 

Greenville fire destroys school Ja 20-1; Wayside furniture build- 
ing destroyed Mr 29-1; Asheville bank, store burn; area evacuated Ap 
23-3; Dean High School burns in Maxton My 2-19; Fire razes Greenville 
store My 29-3; Murfreesboro oil plant burns S 27-1; Guardsmen hurt in 
armory explosion in Winston-Salem S 28-1; State investigators probe at 
Rose Hill 28-3; Major fire hits Zebulon N 16-1; 
FISH 

Crab decline being studied Ja 10-3; Red fishing fleet off Carolina 
coast Ap 13-IV,1; Scott names appointments 2-42; 
FOOD STAMPS 

Robeson food stamp snarl traps poor S 26-26; 
FRAUDS AND SWINDLING 

Five Durham men charged in fraud Ja 13-7; Enfield's ex-treasurer 
sentenced Ja 30-10; Trial set in bogus bills case F 20-7; Woman, 79, 
loses $700 in flimflam Ap 6-3; Loan probe brings 'smear' charges 22-3; 
Smithfield man is indicted on false pretense charge 23-3; Firm faces 
false ad charges D 17-1; Koscot hires F. Lee Bailey, hoping to re-enter 
state D 18-56; 
FROG JUMPING CONTEST 

Tar Heel frogs leap toward coast fame My 11-3; 
FULLER, HOWARD 

May violate UNC court order D 1-6; 
GAMBLING 

Gambling devices get 'deep six 1 F 15-1; 



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GARDNER, JAMES 

Plans to quit races Ap 30-1; Out of politics, plunges into busi- 
ness My 16-28; 
GENERAL SERVICES DIVISION 

Scott ousts Lawrence Watts as director Ag 15-1; Misstating the 
custom (ed. Watts) Ag 17-IV,4; 
GEOLOGY 

Carolina undersea landslides Je 15-IV,3; Gem-rich hills lure 
rock hobbyists Jl 6-V,l; 
GOOD NEIGHBOR COUNCIL 

Blacks' respect for law said hurt by police F 18-24; Gets chair- 
man (Cooper); challenge Mr 4-5; Bertie appoints new race council Ap 9-8; 
Negro fills new position Ap 18-3; Expansion OKd Jl 18-44; State council 
re-shapes strategy 17-46; 
GOVERNMENT 

State agency maze decried by Hodges Ap 10-14; Henley will direct 
restructure study Ag 29-14; NC 'cabinet' studies 31-6; Lanier-Morgan 
dispute mirrors government split N 2-12; 
GOVERNORS 

Gubernatorial count in NC starts again Ja 4-20; 
GOVERNOR'S COMMITTEE ON LAW AND ORDER 

Law and order roll call Mr 27-10; Clement resigns law-order post 
Jl 26-3; Group seeks justice Ag 30-1; 
GRANDFATHER MOUNTAIN 

Property donated to parkway Je 19-6; 
GRANGE 

Mrs. Caldwell named to 4th term 22-3; 
GRANTS 

New clearing house to channel grants D 12-6; State board, science 
and technology, awards three major grants D 12-7; 
GREENEVERS 

New town plans gala dedication N 28-3; 
GREENSBORO COLLEGE 

Mobberley named new president Mr 5-19; 
GREENVILLE 

Negro marchers jam Greenville F 12-3; Marchers hauled out of 
Greenville F 13-1; Police chief quits job in Greenville Ap 3-3; Fire 
bombs, false alarms mark Greenville weekend Ap 21-3; Search for new chief 
of police My 29-3; Probation revoked for drug 'agent Je 20-3; Firemen 
unionize in Greenville Je 28-8; Ex-drugs agent held in car theft Jl 2-22; 
Lawson, Atkinson form orphanage Jl 8-3; Greenville closes troubled school 
25-1; Calm; school still closed 26-3; All schools closed 27-1; 
Rose high under security guard as schools reopen 30-3; Students boycott 
31-16; Boycott continues in Greenville N 1-3; Suit seeks reinstatement 
of black Greenville pupils N 13-6; Teachers fight order against expulsion 
N 15-1; Rose High principal resigns (Warren, Edward) N 20-3; Two new 
units dedicated D 8-8; 
GUNS 

Agents find ammunition and arms Je 27-3; Gun dealer faces action 
7-1; Guns for rebels in Haiti traced to NC source 7-1; Owner refuses 
to talk about cache in Fayetteville 14-1; 



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HIGHLAND GAMES 

5,000 see clan games on meadow Jl 13-4; 
HIGHWAY COMM 

Hunt says job 'toughest' F 3-26; Hunt tenders resignation with 
check for road error F 8-1; Faircloth will emphasize better primary 

roads Je 23-1; Scott highway commission Jl 31-10; Road funds 

to be dispensed area-wide Ag 6-1; J. Raynor Woodard, roads official, 
fired Ag 22-42; Road condemnation upheld Ag 28-5; Two engineers get 
top highway posts Ag 30-5; Willoughby gets highway post S 20-1; Phil 
Garriss appointed state controller 3-12; 
HIGHWAY PATROL 

More patrolmen needed: Garrett F 3-26; State trooper riot unit 
will be formed by Scott Ag 2-1; Col. Speed shifted to safety agency Ag 
23-1; Citations with a smile S 15-28; Gets new look S 27-5; Guy: po- 
lice chiefs stress law, order with justice 4-6; Troop C: new leader, 
same goal (Jenkins, John) 13-28; 
HIGHWAY SAFETY 

Serious injuries decrease Ja 12-5; Court upholds helmet ruling 
Mr 13-20; Big bus bill (ed.) Je 8-IV,4; Wheelchair needs a license Je 
22-1; 'Implied consent' enacted by House Je 27-6; No exceptions granted 
on wheel chair licenses Je 29-9; Drunken driving reprieve power given to 
judges Jl 3-20; Legislature casts jaundiced eye on most bills Jl 7-3; 
Many intoxicated drivers getting license reprieves Ag 30-1; Roney gets 
suspended sentence Ag 30-1; Illegal licenses growing S 23-1; 100 
drivers receive privileges S 26-1; Judges may recall some permits in 
drunken driving convictions 14-22; Privileges given 507 o of drivers N 
7-1; 27.57 of offenders get driving rights N 11-5; 
HIGHWAYS 

Hunt tenders resignation with check for road error F 8-1; To get 
196 million Ag 27-1; NC roads not air strips S 11-52; Projects revived 
S 12-1; 55 percentage of secondary paved (dome) N 2-3; State-federal 
dispute may stall road projects N 7-1; Bureau says connector link will 
avoid Duke forest - if possible N 8-5; 
HISTORIC HOUSES 

Sandburg's 'Conmemara' becoming a memorial F 24-6; New Bern homes 
will be opened to public Mr 30-111,11; Old homes (Farmville) command 
curiosity Ap 20-111,11; Primrose Hall being renovated Je 15-V,6; Man- 
sion dedicated as historic site (Plymouth) S 7-3; 
HISTORY 

Dare find linked to 'cittie of Raleigh' Ja 22-5; Schoolmarm says 
Boone claim false F 2-3; Whimsical Lords Proprietors blamed for Tar Heel 
tardiness Mr 6-21; When Hatteras was the capital Je 29-IV,l; Irony of 
the decade D 28-IV,9; 
HODGES, LUTHER 

Morehead City to honor Hodges N 9-3; 
HOLLERIN' CONTEST 

Hollerin shakes the air at Spivey's Corner Je 30-1; 
HOSPITALS 

Two mental hospitals accredited Mr 30-3; Wayne county hospital 
dedicated D 15-7; 
INDUSTRY 

Industry adds new jobs in east Ja 5-IV,8; $3 million construction 



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INDUSTRY (conte) 

project (Overton Crop) begins near Kenly Ja 8-5; Drug manufacturer plans 
two major NC facilities F 5-1; Plant employing 400 plans to discontinue 
operations at Ahoskie Mr 20-1; Pickling cucumber industry thrives in NC 
Mr 21-30; Castle Hayne to get new chemicals plant Mr 27-12; Ahoskie 
lands major industry Ap 22-3; Moncure will get fiber plant Ap 22-1; 
Mills turning to Negro labor My 19-1; Fiber Industries drops site in 
Orange Ag 5-1; Waterways sites pushed Ag 10-IVjlO; Hanes ' hearing set 
on secret testimony Ag 19-3; Sowers accuses some Tar Heels of blocking 
drive for industry S 13-3; C&D to study foes S 19-48; Scott, industri- 
alists to talk on anti-industry attitudes S 23-3; Joshua James named to 
head state industrial commission 24-22; NC last in factory wages D 
14-1; '69 no banner year for textile mills D 28-IV,9; 
INSURANCE 

Plan backed for coast F 20-12; Beach insurance plan approved Ag 
12-3; Auto insurance hike vetoed Ag 14-7; Beach insurance board appoint- 
ed Ag 16-6; Morgan enters insurance case S 16-1; Rate office applauds 
Scott insurance move S 23-3; Auto battle to resume Monday 5-5; Benoy 
asks for dismissal of insurance hike request 7-1; Hearings concluded 
30-56; Liability system angers public D 8-1; Liability increase 
approved D 19-1; 
INTEGRATION 
see 
DESEGREGATION 
INTEREST RATES 

Senate interest retreat is asked Je 29-1; Stand (Herman Moore) 
is criticized Je 30-30; 8 per cent approved Jl 3-1; Rate bill loopholes 
sought Ag 14-1; Banks split on apparent mortgage loophole Ag 15-8; 12 
per cent interest rate OKd Ag 21-1; Rates to be studied 31-23; 
INTERCOASTAL WATERWAY 

Property owners have problems with titles S 24-3; 
JENKINS, LEO 

Again it's 'leave it to Leo' (political plans) Mr 9-IV,2; ECU ' s 
Jenkins asks state-nation union Mr 11-3; ECU head attacks cost 'myth' 
Mr 26-3; NC merchants hear Jenkins Mr 27-3; Denies quarrel with Senator 
Scott Je 15-5; 
JOHN BIRCH SOCIETY 

Birch-operated store shot Ja 31-1; 
JUDICIARY 

Court of appeals under heavy load Ja 13-1; Federal court backlog 
is national trend F 4-3; Court disallows damage ruling against state F 
14-9; Backlog in federal court avoided in NC Ap 14-26; Osteen picked for 
court post My 14-3; Speaker (Vaughn) set for judgeship Jl 2-1; Scott 
picks two judges; court filled Jl 18-1; Two attorneys appointed to judge- 
ships Jl 23-26; Three judges sworn in, completing appeals court Jl 24-38; 
Charlotte negro named district judge by Scott Ag 6-3; Bobbitt appointed 
NC chief justice N 14-1; William Bobbitt sworn in as state's chief jus- 
tice N 18-5; Dan Moore takes oath Monday as state supreme court justice 
D 2-26; Barefoot named district judge D 11-51; 
JURIES AND JURY DUTY 

Garner man charged with jury tampering Ja 7-22; 



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JUVENILE CORRECTION 

Scott urges better system S 24-3; 
JUVENILE COURTS 

Juvenile justice system for state is delinquent N 2-1; 
JUVENILE DELINQUENCY ADVISORY COUNCIL 

Scott names seven to council N 5-3; 
KANNAPOLIS 

Last of the 'company' towns Je 30-11; 
KIDNAPPING 

Hostages relate ordeal as prisoners' captives Je 4-3; Marines 
charged in woman's assault S 5-3; 
KINDERGARTENS 

Plea for a state system Ap 6-IV,3; Planning begins Jl 4-1; 
Pilot sites picked Ag 8-1; Taylor urges 'variety' S 5-8; 5 year olds 
scamper into public schools D 2-5; NC kindergartens pass first test D 
7-12; 
KU KLUX KLAN 

see also 
VIOLENCE 

Jail term, $1,000 fine await Jones Ja 15-1; Klan chief to give up 
in Alabama F 4-3; NC Klan wizard begins year term F 15-3; Dragons get 1 
year sentences Mr 15-1; Dragon Jones goes to Jail Mr 25-1; Jones taken 
to prison Mr 27-42; Many regret Smithfield sentences Ap 13-1; Klanesmen 
charges dropped My 3-1; Disabled Princeton veteran vows to continue battle 
against Klan Je 29-8; Klan removes welcome sign at Princeton Jl 6-3; 
James Earl Ray's attorney hired to defend Klansmen in Hyde trial Jl 16-3; 
Attorney claims his phone 'bugged' Jl 19-3; Rally marks split from united 
Klan S 16-3; Dissension riddles Klan in Carolina S 18-1; Three appeal 
case in Hyde 14-3; Former Klan attorney joins Morgan's staff N 8-24; 
New KKK might include Catholics N 21-8; Mills, Raymond D. arrested D 16-9; 
NC chief Jones' release set D 17-15; Strength sinks low in NC D 24-1; 
LINC 

Experimental school plan to be launched in NC N 7-3; 
LABOR UNIONS 

Return to docks expected in state F 23-1; Veneer Co. walkout con- 
tinues Jl 31-3; Injunction served in veneer strike (Beaufort) Ag 2-3; 
Tentative return set by strikers (Charlotte) Ag 2-3; Union calls for chall- 
enge of unjunction against strike Ag 5-3; Sympathy march supports strike 
at Atlantic Veneer in Beaufort Ag 20-3; AFL-CIO unseats Barbee S 6-1; 
Tar Heel labor votes for young, agressive image S 8-1; 5,000 march in pro- 
test against power firm S 13-24; Durham hospital officials preparing for 
labor strife S 21-4; Mackeys lumber strike drags on S 21-1; Strikers, 
police clash; 5 arrested in Charlotte S 25-3; Union to organize at Duke 
Hospital 30-56; NC antiunion laws are unrealistic, Morrisey says 27-3; 
LAW ENFORCEMENT 
see also 
GOVERNORS COMMITTEE ON LAW AND ORDER 

Law and order committee aims at pilot projects Je 16-3; Morgan says 
local job Jl 9-3; 
LAW ENFORCEMENT OFFICERS 

Judge won't suspend Yates Ja 14-3; State has grants for policemen 
Ja 19-3; Town (Pilot Mtn.) must replace policemen slain on duty F 8-3; 



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LAW ENFORCEMENT OFFICERS (cont.) 

7 testify against sheriff in Jones Mr 4-3; Officers take stand against 
Sheriff Yates Mr 5-3; Jones Sheriff Yates gives answer to drunk charges 
Mr 7-3; Judgment clears sheriff to Jones Mr 11-1; Small police staffs 
get training aid Ap 13-10; Sanford police chief fired My 28-3; Police 
selection to be studied by task force N 1-3; NC policemen going back to 
school D 27-IV,7; 
LAWS 

Vagrancy statute challenged Ja 29-3; Vagrancy law hit in Charlotte 
Mr 6-16; Attendance law's legality in doubt Ap 9-1; NC garnishee laws 
seem in keeping with high court Je 10-6; House turns down try to repeal 
auto inspection Jl 1-1; Interracial marriage law dead in NC Jl 4-3; Can 
a rich man be a vagrant? Judge ponders Ag 19-3; NC ' s juvenile laws upheld 
17-8; Courtroom photo ban is proposed 29-1; Vagrancy law null and 
void N 15-1; Student tag law may have court test D 6-24; 
LAWYERS 

White charging state Democratic party $15,000 Ja 2-1; $28,600 fee 
paid to lawyer by state Ja 25-1; Attorney's $28,600 fee based on Bar 'for- 
mula' Ja 28-3; Poor in NC courts may have counsel provided F 5-1; Wake 
bar plans legal assistance for indigents F 13-48; Warren installed NC bar 
president Je 28-3; 236 pass NC bar exam Ag 20-7; Many NC lawyers may 
become 'doctors' D 13-6; 
LEGISLATIVE RESEARCH COMM 

Ten named to committees N 1-3; Wary of interest study D 6-5; 
LEGISLATORS 

Ellis to sponsor beach insurance bill Ja 4-3; Robinson favors 
Wilmington-UNC Ja 5-5; McMillan wants tobacco tax before considering hikes 
Ja 10-3; White to oppose taxing of tobacco Ja 10-3; Barker, former rear 
admiral, is House freshman Ja 12-4; Gurganus returns to Senate Ja 12-8; 
Roberson says drink bill may be first Ja 13-3; Tart says teacher pay 
boost needed Ja 14-3; Elliott says motor vehicle laws too numerous Ja 
15-3; Reid former YDC leader assembly freshman Ja 16-31; Frye, Henry: 
first Negro this century takes seat Ja 16-8; Larkins wants east road 
assurances Ja 17-10; Godwin may present law requiring tuition Ja 17-10; 
Warren wants better roads Ja 21-5; Twiggs to propose pay boost of council 
Ja 24-44; Reed favors sales tax hike Ja 24-10; Johnson interested in 
osteopaths' problems Ja 24-10; Rountree bill would allow pari-mutual bets 
Ja 26-4; Coggins opposes liquor by drink Ja 28-24; Moore stresses educa- 
tion Ja 28-8; Burrus: many bills in house can wait Ja 29-17; Taylor 
eyes property tax exemptions Ja 30-6; Boshamer backs tobacco tax Ja 31-34; 
Burner against veto for governor F 4-5; Soles opposes leaf tax proposal 
F 4-5; Snead wants Wilmington College in consolidated setup F 5-6; Mohn 
makes a heady impression Ap 10-1; Mills faces charge as wreck kills woman 
Ap 17-1; Retroactive pay increase approved Jl 2-9; Solons decline back 
pay Jl 5-22; Making laws makes men famous Jl 6-1; 
LEGISLATURE 

Johnson, McGeachy get roles: head rules committees Ja 8-1; Opens 
today Ja 15-1; McMillan to head ABC committee Ja 22-6; Veteran Senators 
named to lead 4 subcommittees Ja 22-6; Taylor names 3 chairmen Ja 23-10; 
House education chairmen set Ja 23-10; Education committee head set Ja 
24-10; Higher education 'shoot-out' foreseen by Leatherman Ja 24-9; Se- 
nate strips power of aide John Brooks Ja 24-10; 



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LEGISLATURE (cont.) 

Rules group takes more of aide's duty Ja 25-5; Three chairmen 
named in Senate Ja 25-5; Veteran legislators picked as chairmen Ja 25-5; 
GOP's Bagnal gets Senate appointment F 1-5; House committees named F 4-5; 
Cancer law enacted by Assembly F 8-6; Bill killed on dropout license loss 
F 20-10; Bill on joint accounts dies with Senate vote F 20-11; 

Ordinance power given to counties Mr 6-19; Law and order bill gets 
final approval Mr 8-22; Law lowers penalties for drivers Mr 8=5; Repub- 
licans lose challenge for seats on school boards Mr 20-10; Driving bill 
speeds to limbo Mr 12-6; Transplant laws enacted Mr 15-5; Committee 
kills loyalty bill Mr 22-5; 

Burial protection bill becomes law Ap 4-7; Prison escape bill 
killed by committee Ap 9-6; Rejects death penalty ban Ap 9-1; School 
board bill is passed Ap 12-5; Public drunkenness measure killed Ap 23-3; 
District court by-pass loses Ap 23-7; Wilmington and Asheville get 
University branches Ap 24-1; 

House says no to authority for legal teenage contracts Ap 25-10; 
Doctoral bill OK'd Ap 30-1; Sentencing bill killed in committee Ap 30-3; 
Regional U. status OK'd for Pembroke My 1-1; House amends and passes 
doctoral degree bill My 1-1; Assembly reorganizes higher education 
board My 2-1; Much done, undone My 5-7; 

Legislators on boards held legal My 7-1; Quail bill dies in senate 
My 8-15; Student trustee bill axed My 8-1; Senate unit kills trustee 
ban bill My 14-6; House role drown liquor-by-drink My 15-1; 'Dirty 
movie' bill has premiere and closing before commitee My 16-1; Beer can 
bill tossed out My 16-26; PhD. Bill enacted My 16-36; 

Speaker ban bill killed My 22-28; State hikes gasoline tax 
My 22-1; Slander-libel bill killed My 23-33; ABC bills rejected by angry 
Democrats My 23-33; Approval given liquor permits My 23-33; House traffic 
safety bill buried with military honors My 23-32; Headlight bill killed 
in Senate My 24-3; Superintendent bill loses My 28-1; 

Nation's political eyes are on NC recall bill Je 3-5; Drink bill 
finally defeated in house My 31-1; Ervin urges clear definition for 
constitutional convention Je 3-5; Vote registering measure is close to 
becoming law Je 4-6; Compulsory school age stays at 16 Je 5-7; House 
higher education panel finished up Je 5-8; 

House rejects judge status bill Je 6-17; Demonstration penalties 
enacted Je 6-8; Public records bill revised, passes Je 6-6; Trash-fish 
limits killed Je 6-9; House defeats drink vote bill Je 6-1; Committee 
traps recall bill Je 7-1; Moore liquor bill defeated in House Je 12-7; 
Student expulsion bill edges through House Je 12-1; Riot bill enacted 
for state Je 13-9; Beer bill squeaks through Je 13-6; 

Literacy test vote gets speedy okay Je 14-3; Senate roll call 
passes seashore property bill Je 15-5; Defender pilot bill enacted 
Je 21-6; Ethics bill rejected Je 25-6; Anti-disruption pledge defeated 
Je 26-26; Makes fiscal history with tax program Je 29-10; 

Constitution convention bill passes Jl 2-9; Quits at last 
Jl 3-1; Vaughn appoints judicial council Jl 3-20 ; Classic trade behind 
literacy test ban Jl 7-3; '69 session longest, but '33 busiest Jl 9-26; 
Bruising scramble over taxes mars legislative round Jl 13-7; Assembly 
acted on many agricultural bills Jl 14-18; Very favorable to state wildlife 
comm. Jl 14-7; 



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LEGISLATURE (cont.) 

Only NY-NC legislators don't pay for retirement Jl 15-5; 
Cumberland legislators return pay Jl 18-18; Assembly staff members 
qualify for extra pay Jl 18-18; Assembly costliest on record Ag 28-1; 
Special session not ruled out by Scott Ag 29-1; Brooks, John C. resigns 
as administrator D 6-7; Is the general assembly mired in its traditions? 
LIBRARIES 

College library needs 'alarming' Ja 5-6; UNC library has NC 
currency collection Ja 5-IV,2; State library's service expanded by WATS 
line Mr 11-24; Library support increases Ap 14-5; NC university libraries 
need $60 million says West 24-25; 
LIGHTHOUSES 

Silent guardians of the sea Je 8-V,l4; 
LIQUOR BY THE DRINK 

Bill faces fight in assembly Ap 3-1; Morton promises new bill 
5-3; 
LITTLETON COLLEGE 

Alumnae keep memory alive Ja 26-IV,3; 
LIVINGSTONE COLLEGE 

Shipman, George new president Ja 8-3; 
LOBBYING AND LOBBYISTS 

Lobby list at 99 Mr 9-6; Number 120 registered for Assembly Ap 13-5; 
Delinquent list has one name too many Ag 14-7; Report filed here on interest 
lobby Jl 31-52; 
LOCAL AFFAIRS, DEPT OF 

Aldridge will head dept. Jl 8-1; Post goes to McBride Jl 25-5; 
Law order section has new chief (Van Camp) Jl 29-3; Posts filled by Gov. 
Scott 23-3; 
LOCAL GOVERNMENT 

Many NC towns fail to invest surplus funds wisely F 9-1; Few 
localities get large returns on investments F 10-1; State's towns lax 
in letting funds earn interest F 11-1; Reaps harvest from assembly Jl 7-1; 
LOCAL GOVT STUDY COMMISSION 

Study group submits formal report Ja 29-1; 
MALCOLM X UNIV 

Malcolm X University chartered Je 7-3; Doing well 5-5; Episcopal 
money reported helping school 11-1; Grant announced 14-1; Grant stirs 
up Episcopalians 22-1; 
MAN WILL NEVER FLY SOCIETY 

Society gets high anyway D 17-13; 
MANPOWER DEVELOPMENT CORP 

Breaking poverty cycle My 4-IV,10; Training plan announced by 
Governor 4-1; Matches jobs, jobless 5-1; Success marks manpower's 
past 6-1; 
MARIJUANA 

Police find 36 bags of marijuana F 7-3; Growing charges Jl 23-3; 
MEDICAL SCHOOLS 

UNC medical school expansion into east, west recommended Ja 7-22; 
Deans seek state funds Ja 18-6; Doctors urged to remain unbiased on med 
schools (Beddingfield) My 22-16; House and senate approve private med 
school aid Jl 2-9; 



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MEDICINE AND HEALTH 

Wake Forest hospital, town suffer shortage of doctors Ja 25-20; 
Four counties try medical plan F 16-6; Doctors' medicare share is a secret 
Jl 12-22; Field given close checkup by '69 Assembly Jl 20-11,26; First 
coronary mobile in rural US installed in Haywood Ag 14-3; 
MENTAL HEALTH 

Drs. Hargrove, Ervin argue mental health Ja 13- 24; Hospital chiefs 
voice support for Hargrove Ja 14-1; Hargrove gets confidence vote from 
NC board Ja 16-46; Chief not alarmed by cuts Jl 13-3; Top mental health 
men appointed 9-50; Taylor, Dr. R. G. appointed to board N 11-5; 
MEREDITH COLLEGE 

'Book-in' set today F 5-24; Appoints new dean (Mason) F 26^2; 
METHODIST CHURCH 

Black, white churches to consolidate Je 10-3; 
MIGRANT LABOR 

Migrants' chores to start soon Ap 17-3; Workers live with harvest 
of misery Je 1-1; Eastern counties provide medical aid for migrants 
Je 2-1; Blueberry pickers strike near New Bern Je 14-3; Striking migrants get 
aid Je 25-3; Berry strike leaves seeds of bitterness Jl 13-1; State tries 
to help school children 12-6; 
MILITARY FORCES AND TRAINING 

Bragg GI continues anti-war efforts My 11-9; Our (NC) top industry, 
the military My 18-IV,1; One Lejeune marine dies Jl 29-3; Five are charged 
in Lejeune killing Ag 8-1; Congressmen eye Lejeune situation Ag 9-3; Lejeune 
chief: post problems not only racial Ag 13-3; 

Marine commandant admits race problem Ag 16-1; Army is color blind — 
during the day Ag 17-1; Fact-finding team studies Ft. Bragg Ag 21-3; Bragg 
is not racially tense Ag 22-3; Lejeune racial warnings came over a year ago 
Ag 24-1; 27 are charged in Lejeune riot Ag 27-1; 

Marine private blames general for quick discharge Ag 28-14; Eleven 
more arrested at Lejeune Ag 30-3; Recruit dies after brutality charge 
(Parris Island) S 22-1; Abuse report probed in death of marine S 23-1; 
Five marines' release sought in Camp Lejeune disorder S 24-3; Shooting of 
soldier probed at Bragg S 25-26; 

Ruling explained on Afro haircuts (Cherry Point) S 24-1; 
MILK 

Ersatz milk products sales OK'd by court Ja 15-22; Below cost milk 
sales prohibited My 13-1; Agency head is named by Scott S 13-5; 
Commission to resume probe S 24-1; State prices curdle emotions of consumers 
S 28-1; Cost concerns Morgan N 8-1; 

Hearing set on fair trade repeal N 18-1; Morgan asks repeal of 
milk board order N 26-1; Sales decline in NC N 29-1; More evidence (ed.) 
D 1-4; Price-setting studied by milk commission D 2-6; Panel votes study 
on milk order D 10-1; Graham says milk panel moving in right path D 11-9; 
MINES AND MINING 

Companies under restriction in Tar Heel land D 11-62; 
MISS NORTH CAROLINA 

Says it's a wonderful dream Je 16-1; 
MODEL CITIES PROGRAM 



Health care planned in Charlotte program S 25-26; 



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MOORE, DAN K 

Ex-officers pardoned by Moore Ja 8-3; Supreme court seat goes to 
former gov. N 21-1; Takes oath Monday as state supreme court justice 
D 2-26; Official portrait unveiled in Capitol ceremony D 13-24; 
MORGAN, ROBERT 

Drug suit born in notebook F 11-5; Morgan wants state free of 
wiretapping Je 24-5; NC joins children's book suit Jl 18-1; Sets guide- 
lines to control legal fees Ag 22-7; Limits on patronage (ed.) Ag 25-4; 
Sets fast pace 29-5; Lanier irked by Morgan 30-1; 

Readies 'forceful' response to Lanier 31-5; Issues sharp reply 
to Lanier 'conflict' charge N 1-1; Again involved in rate-setting case 
(Duke power) N 2-3; 
MOTHER OF THE YEAR 

Seventeen are nominated for state award Mr 30-111,16; 
MOTOR VEHICLES 

Howland hands in resignation as state chief Ja 7-1; State 
Commissioner post goes to Garrett Ja 25-1; Lockamy gets vehicles post 
Ag 24-3; 
MURDER TRIALS 

Mother of three (Woods) gets jail term Ja 16-31; Two men convicted 
(Price and Henderson) Ja 22-7; Perry case hearing put off; 'ran in wrong 
crowd' says suspect's mother Ja 28-24; Her sentence is death--what came 
before? (Hill) F 3-6; Man (Locust) sentenced to 20 years in Swain slaying 
My 5-26; Man acquitted by error is free Mr 7-1; 

Gaston youth freed in woman's death Mr 7-3; Appeal filed for Marie 
Hill Mr 20-3; Wilmington trial (Watts) ends in hung jury Ap 5-3; Moore 
faces trial in shooting death on coast Ap 23-26; Walters sentenced to 
life My 10-3; Onslow trial set (Slade) My 20-3; 

Retrial denied (Tharrington) Ag 12-3; Woman (Lea) found guilty 
Ag 14-44; Spence, Williams retrial begins Ag 25-26; Maddox sentenced to 
life in murder of taxi driver S 7-1; Four testify they saw girl (Jackie 
Stone) with accused slayer S 11-3; Miller trial goes to jury S 12-3; 

2 men convicted in Lincoln slaying S 12-7; Youths get gas chamber 
S 13-3; Miller sentenced to death S 13-1; Life sentence given to Perry 
in slaying S 14-10; Moore gets suspension in slaying S 30-16; Overton, 
Margaret says husband threatened family N 1-3; 

Jury deadlocked in Overton case N 2-11; Sanders testifies he shot 
to death two policemen N 21-3; Sanders sentenced to die for policemen's 
murders N 22-3; Life sentence given 2 men in Lumberton guard slaying 
N 29-3; Hill, Marie sentence upheld D 11-1; 

Hill, Marie protesters arrested in Greenville D 13-3; Hill, Marie 
still confident D 17-15; Hill backers plan Raleigh march D 24-3; 
MURDERS 

Man (Kitchen) shot, dies; police seek suspect Ja 25-1; Suspect 
(Perry) arrested here Ja 26-1; Witnesses say Perry fired shot that killed 
Kitchen F 1-1; Sanford men (4) arrested in cops' death F 5-1; Sanford 
cab driver slain F 6-3; Cab driver found shot to death F 9-1; 

Knightdale man held in cab driver death F 13-1; Millbrook student 
charged with role in slaying F 19-28; Charlotte youth (Hunt) held in 
slaying Mr 11-3; Mill hand (Miller) charged in murder Mr 28-1; Three 
arrested in kidnap, slaying (Va. Beach) Ap 3-1; 

Kidnapping-murder hearing continued (Kenansville) Ap 5-3; 
Jacksonville man (Hill) held in wife killing Ap 15-3; Hippie murder 
(Charlotte) puzzles police Ap 23-6; Angier man slain by shotgun blast 
Ap 30-3; Wake merchant dead, brother charged (Fish) My 23-52; 



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MURDERS (cont.) 

Charge reduced for Indian My 27-3; Jacksonville man (Faison) 
charged with murder Je 12-46; Murder and suicide ruled in NCSU shooting 
deaths Je 20-1; Police seeking motive in NCSU murder-suicide Je 21-22; 
Greensboro man (Pennisi) found murdered Je 24-1; 

Crawford off death row Jl 17-54; Gruesome slaying probed in 
Onslow Ag 8-5; New Bern woman shot to death Ag 9-5; Kannapolis issues 
murder warrants Ag 19-3; Washington Co. man slain in mobile home Ag 27-3; 
63-year old charged in teen's (Brown) death S 8-22; 

Greensboro man indicted in Angelo Pennisi death 2-1; Enfield man 
is indicted in Negro teen's slaying 24-3; Victims' mothers, defendent 
discuss Enfield shooting 26-1; Five teens held in Rocky Mount N 25-3; 
MUSIC 

Dorton arena will rock with battle of the bands Jl 10-28; Pop 
festival is sunny and loud Ag 25-26; Spotlighted across state through 
Christmas D 4-14; 
NAACP 

Group gives UNC 'proposals' F 21-3; Roy Wilkins urges fight 
against race separatism My 5-1; 
NATIONAL FARMERS ORGANIZATION 

Scott says NC farmers seeking new leadership D 2-3; NC fertile 
ground for new farm organization D 7-1; 
NATIONAL GUARD 

Gets new chief Mr 29-26; 
NEGROES 

see also 
BLACK STUDENT DEMANDS j RACE RELATIONS 

Encouraging Negroes to study law Ja 5-IV,3; 3 negro leaders speak 
at session on voter action Mr 9-5; Charlotte negroes make determined bid 
for seats Mr 27-12; SBI hires 1st negro agent Ap 5-3; Data from federal 
report rank NC negroes in jobs Ap 13-10; 

Week points up negro's choices (elections) My 11-IV,5; Who speaks 
for Raleigh's Negroes? My 18-4; Damage suit asks for $170,000 (Charlotte) 
Je 7-16; Ask Scott for more positions Je 26-15; Gallery features paintings 
by Wake negroes Je 26-51; Hyde county gets black capitalism Jl 25-3; 
Educators hit job status 29-1; 
NEWS STORIES 

Legislature's tax actions top list of 1969 stories D 27-5; 
NEWSPAPERS 

Legal 'Times' (Charlotte) sold to editor Mr 17-24; Underground 
newspapers gain strength on campuses My 25-11,30; Merger absorbs Winston- 
Salem papers Je 7-3; 
NC A&T 

Students occupy building F 6-1; Most demands met F 7-3; Prof 
sues students for damage F 18-3; Campus tension eased by wage agreement 
Mr 15-3; Final exams canceled My 27-3; Violence study asked at A&T My 30-3; 
Engineers' program accredited S 5-30; 
NC EDUCATION ASSOC 

Merger of school groups brings in NEA fact finder Ap 4-5; Proposed 
dues hike reflects rise in militancy Ap 29-5; To defend teachers in court 
N 27-42; 
NC FUND 

NC poverty study is a 'myth exploder' Je 22-3; 



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NC HALL OF FAME 

Admits four D 4-35; Four inducted D 5-33; 
NC MUSEUM OF ART 

Museum to get collection Je 18-26; Gets two works D 4-40; Dr. 
Bier resigns D 10-26; 
NC SCHOOL OF THE ARTS 

Auditor finds discrepancy in NC arts school funds Ap 5-3; 
NC STATE UNIV 

Worker's demotion protested at NCSU Mr 1-22; Partial text of Dr. 
Caldwell's speech Mr 6-42; Dolce named dean of education Mr 15-3; Item- 
by-item response given employee requests by NCSU Mr 25-24; Worker group 
scorns bid to join old unit Mr 27-50; 

16 protesting workers arrested Ap 15-1; To discontinue room 
service Ap 16-1; Foreman fired Ap 17-1; Housekeeping's a man's job Ap 19-24; 
Davis took NCSU job as organizational base Ap 22-1; Labor problems 
persist Ap 23-1; Plastic tube their bag Ap 25-52; 12 employees convicted 
of trespassing My 13-24; Student leaders criticize firings My 16-46; 

Parliamentary fog reclouds NCSU student resolution My 17-22; 
Grants total nearly $1 million Je 29-3; Babcock, Talley get posts S 13-24; 
Scott, Caldwell in agreement; coeds improve scenery 1-34; Building 
named for Clarence Poe N 5-28; Professor quits charging 'intimidation' 
N 27-64; Student election results D 8-32; 
NC TEACHERS ASSOCIATION 

Unanimous no vote case on merger Mr 29-26; Negro teachers leaving 
NCTA Mr 31-3; Negro teachers take vote on merger, hold results Je 1-6; 
Suspended until '70 Je 27-3; Director takes aim at unfair teacher 
dismissals Ag 10-7; 
NURSES AND NURSING 

Nurses pay Senate call to protest LPN bill Mr 7-13; Rules are 
dictated by UNC, senator charges Mr 28-30; Large number of Hamlet nursing 
school grads flunked '68 tests Ap 10-15; Degree-diploma foes argue nursing 
My 2-25; Cautioned on malpractice suits Je 1-8; 

Legislative attempt to revamp standards fails Je 22-6; Scott names 
nursing home panel N 7-44; 
OFFSHORE LAND 

Marshlands decision favors state Mr 18-1; Oil suit lists state 
Ap 2-3; State denies US claim to land rights in ocean S 16-15; Submerged 
land claim deadline soon D 10-36; 
OLD CHRISTMAS 

Rodanthe celebration scheduled Saturday Ja 3-3; 
OLD TIME FIDDLER'S CONVENTION 

Fiddlers fiddle while beer drinkers burn Ap 7-1; 
OPERATION BREAKTHROUGH 

Porposals presented by Tar Heels S 20-3; 
OPPORTUNITIES NOW 

Action group formed to rival FCD Je 18-3; 
OSTEOPATHS 

Status bill now law My 23-32; 
OUTDOOR DRAMA 

Manager named for Lost Colony (Mallonee) Ap 16-3; 
OUTWARD BOUND SCHOOL 

Rugged school helps turn boys into men Ag 24-IV,l; 



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PARKS 

National park service operation of Dare camps seen; erosion problem 
studied in DC F 28-1; State parks leader hits 54- year money drought My 11-4; 
Burlington offers land for park at Raven Rock Je 4-5; Horton says govern- 
ment has slowed Snow's Cut plans S 18-3; 
PAROLES BOARD 

Hepler will quit board post S 24-5; 
PEACE COLLEGE 

Two named to posts by Peace Je 10-26; Unrest no problem, president 
says S 8-28; 
PEMBROKE COLLEGE 

Maps own route in drive for higher status Ap 3-4; 
PHEIFFER COLLEGE 

President named (J. J. Early) Ja 23-8; 
PIEDMONT AIRLINES 

Pilots strike Jl 22-3; Begins gradual return to service Ag 19-3; 
PITT TECH 

Business booms for the farriers N 16-IV,1; 
POLITICS AND GOVERNMENT 

Scott bids for rise in power Ap 6-1; Off-year governor's election 
gets support Ap 29-1; Blacks plan poll; Hawkins says he will run Ag 10-5; 
POLLUTION 

State sewage problems typified by Raleigh Ja 7-3; 
PORTS 

Study says expand Morehead, Wilmington harbors Ja 19-1; Expand 
facilities at Morehead City D 14-8; 
PORTS AUTHORITY 

Scott appoints 5 members S 30-3; Price will direct authority 
22-3; 
POSTAL SERVICE 

Citizens protest ad mail N 7-1; 
PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH 

Panel is cautioned on attitudes of Church, schools Je 4-3; 
PRESIDENTIAL ELECTIONS 

NC elector's vote to be challenged Ja 3-1; State electors' tally 
misplaced Ja 4-6; Chances appear dim to change Wallace vote of NC elector 
Ja 4-3; NC elector's vote to be challenged Monday Ja 5-8; Elector 
criticizes Eure Ja 5-4; Muskie explains challenge; Ervin disagrees Ja 6-3; 

Brock raps challenging of elector Ja 7-22; State elector's vote 
is upheld Ja 7-1; 
PRISONS AND PRISONERS 

Shocking penal conditions due to 'ignorance': Bounds Ja 11-3; 
Study concludes that local jails are 'catch-alls' Ja 25-3; Conjugal 
visits can come only after system changes Mr 26-28; Prisons producing 
more crime than correction, cabinet told Mr 26-13; 

Central prison inmates express anger on handling of '68 riots 
Ap 20-3; Former chief of prisons (Randall) returns as assistant My 13-1; 
2 escape, Robeson guard dies Je 3-1; Two convicts give up; Robeson farmer 
unhurt Je 4-1; Convicts escape at Marion Jl 17-1; 'Temporary' prisoners 
overcrowd prison system N 30-1; 
PRIVATE SCHOOLS 

Money problems plague Catholic schools in NC Mr 3-28; Schools 
under public eye Mr 30-1; Wake academy finds support for disciplined 
education Mr 31-1; Ravenscroft plans new prep school Ap 28-30; 



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PRIVATE SCHOOLS (cont.) 

Onslow academy eyes new school building My 10-3; Group (Lillington) 
wants private school My 23-30; Swan song for Ravenscroft Je 4-30; Duplin 
lets school for private classes Ag 12-16; Wrightsboro Academy (Wilmington) 
opens Ag 16-3; 'Christian' academies aren't, Finlator says Ag 25-26; 

Wilson desegregation effort boosts private schools S 4-7; 
Quality education factor in increase S 15-1; Many states aid private 
schools D 1-6; 
PUBLIC HEALTH 

Hong Kong flu hits 1 in 3 Tar Heels Ja 11-1; Hookworm still a 
problem Mr 10-22; Labor health efforts lag in NC D 14-1; 
PUBLIC UTILITIES 
see also 
UTILITIES COMM 

Tar Heel tells senators of 'shameful' utilities rates Mr 18-5; 
High court ruling favors CP&L in power dispute Ap 10-6; Bell Co.: 
proposed changes would cost $1.4 million Ap 16-3; Utility assessment bill 
debated in committee Je 24-1; Court upholds utilities ruling J 1-1; 

Bell telephone denied rate increase Jl 9-1; Lee phone rate hike 
appealed by Morgan Ag 9-6; Duke power rate request suspended Ag 13-3; 
Wires going underground in some Tar Heel cities 6-1; Scott fills two 
posts on commission D 17-1; 
PUBLIC WELFARE 

New official appointed (O'Conner) Ja 3-6; NC welfare recipients 
are fewer Ja 13-3; Welfare board member submits fee F 28-1; US pays 
for welfare Mr 17-3; Attorney general's ruling causes dentist to resign 
Mr 27-1; New name, reorganized laws Jl 10-3; 

Head of welfare rights group sues Wayne board Jl 18-44; Aid seen 
for NC families Ag 9-1; NC, nation divided on Nixon plan Ag 10-1; Craig: 
no real reform in Nixon welfare program Ag 12-5; Plan would result in NC 
savings Ag 18-8; Raleigh attorney Jordan named board chairman S 9-1; 

Agency plans test case (WIN) 23-1; State seeks counties' aid in 
restoring cuts D 24-1; 
RACE RELATIONS 

Has year shown racial progress in Raleigh? Ap 8-1; Sanford tries 
to rebuild racial harmony Ag 11-5; Ex-mayor says Apex trying to help 
blacks Ag 15-36; Tension, bitterness keep races apart in Sanford S 7-6; 
Leadership gap cited at Lejeune D 16-1; 
RAILROADS 

Stallings to head A & NC railroad Ag 14-5; Two towns may lose 
stations 1-34; SCL defends pilot plan D 10-6; 
RALEIGH 

Hearings ahead on charges of bias in city fire dept. My 27-24; 
Mayor elected today by Raleigh council Je 2-28; 
RECREATION 

Stevens, James S. named to post 21-14; 
REDISTRICTING 

Court tightens districting rules Ap 8-1; 
RELIGION 

Snake cult is examined Ja 12-5; 
RELIGION IN THE PUBLIC SCHOOLS 

Bible still taught in 28 high schools Ja 6-24; 
REPUBLICAN PARTY 

Advisory committee announced by GOP Ja 5-4; 



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REPUBLICAN PARTY (cont.) 

Official predicts legislative coup by GOP D 8-8; 
RESEARCH 

Counties offer marine projects S 20-8; 
RESEARCH TRIANGLE 

Report outlines Wake area future Je 8-8; To be anti-pollution 
center Je 8-5; Two duke officials named to board N 6-7; Reports surplus 
N 7-25; 'Open housing' drive opens N 23-1 V, 2; 
RESEARCH TRIANGLE INSTITUTE 

Grant to survey what US students learn F 19-1; Top researcher in 
civil defense F 23-IV,10; 
RIOTS 

see also 
VIOLENCE 

Greensboro probe likely S 1-36; Trial delayed in Lee S 27-3; 
Asheville schools ordered to open 2-3; Riot charge dropped in poverty 
worker's case 4-3; Double standard charged at Greensboro hearings 5-3; 
Marine is convicted of riot at Lejeune D 18-2; 
ROADS 

see 
HIGHWAYS 
ROBBERIES AND THEFTS 

Lone bandit robs teller of $4,490 (Goldsboro) F 12-1; New trial 
granted Hutchins F 21-3; Bank robber shot in Clinton holdup Mr 15-1; 
Norfolk man, 2 teenagers charged in Camden Ap 4-3; Robbery-kidnapping 
case heads for jury in Camden Ap 12-3; Johnston men sentenced in Raleigh 
man's theft Ap 17-3; 

Three business college students charged with motel robbery My 23-52; 

4 charged in shooting (Smithfield) My 28-3; Murfreesboro, Triangle banks 
hit by daylight robberies Je 6-1; Holdup man shoots Raleigh secretary 

Jl 30-1; Bank theft nets $29,000 in Wagram D 11-6; 
SBI 

Plans 'Think tank' F 14-7; Adds new agents Je 29-8; Official 
(Durham) gives resignation Jl 3-15; Assistant chief appointed Ag 15-36; 
College heads told to forsee trouble N 8-24; Time to protect our governors 
N 16-IV,2; 
SAINT ANDREWS COLLEGE 

VPI prof elected Head (Hart) Ja 15-3; Handicapped? It's hard to 
tell At St. Andrews Mr 2-IV,l; 
SAINT MARY'S JUNIOR COLLEGE 

• Names Pisani new president Mr 2-3; Student power at St. Mary's 

5 21-6; Pisani, Rev. Frank inaugurated as president N 15-26; 
SANFORD, TERRY 

Offered chairman post for Democrats Ja 8-1; Sanford rejects top 
party post Ja 10-1; Supports agency cutback as springboard to economic 
growth Ap 17-17; Gets degree from Davidson Je 9-3; Named to Democratic 
council post N 17-6; Picked as new president of Duke D 14-1; Out of '72 
political scene D 15-1; 
SCHOOL BUSES 

Gates will use adult bus drivers F 4-3; Charlotte school petition 
hits busing My 6-3; Busing by consent okayed in Charlotte My 22-16; Anti- 
bus law to be tested in Charlotte Jl 4-8; 



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SCHOOL BUSES (cont.) 

Suit to challenge busing legislation Jl 24-3; Negro parents 
protest busing from Charlotte Ag 5-3; State not required to bus city 
pupils Ag 14-1; Appeal may be filed to avoid school bus chaos Ag 15-1; 
State seeks order stay in bus case Ag 20-1; Governor rejects request .■"■;. 
Ag 21-52; Changes delayed Ag 23-1; 

NC seeks exit from school bus troubles Ag 24-7; 95,000 NC students 
affected by bus ruling S 5-7; 16-17 year-olds can drive buses S 13-24; 
Scott backs anti-busing proposal S 17-14; Governors reach bus compromise 
S 18-1; Solution 'only temporary' S 29-3; Free city school bus service 
legal knot almost untangled D 9-24; 
SCHOOL DISTRICTS 

Halifax school split discussed Ja 21-11; Mergers eyed across 
county lines Ja 26-8; Scotland Neck OK's separate school unit Ap 9-1; 
SCHOOL FOOD PROGRAMS 

School children are said hungry F 6-12; School lunch post choice 
is sharply criticized Mr 17-1; Free lunches set for 52 schools Ap 18-42; 
Mecklenburg overcomes school hunger problem My 6-9; Pupils' attitudes 
improve Jl 4-3; Schools will get extra 5 l/2 million in lunch money Ag 8-8; 
Feeding all hungry students is state goal Ag 20-7; 
SCHOOLS 

see also 
EDUCATION; GREENVILLE; PRIVATE SCHOOLS; RELIGION IN THE PUBLIC 
SCHOOLS ; 

School unit merger in Burke OK'd My 2-1; Disruption in public 
schools feared by officials My 23-1; Spanking is out in NC schools 
Ag 3-6; NC schools to stress consumer math D 14-9; 
SCHOOLS— DESEGREGATION 
see also 
BLACK STUDENT DEMANDS; DEMONSTRATIONS; RIOTS; SCHOOL BUSES; STUDENT 
DEMONSTRATIONS ; VIOLENCE ; 

Franklin contempt action sought Ja 16-1; Duplin may fully integrate 
school district Ja 17-16; Student integration in NC reaches 28% Ja 18-3; 
Greenville integration plan rapped Ja 22-5; Onslow schools get order 
Ja 22-5; Peaceful revolution at Rocky Mount Ja 26-IV,l; Success seen in 
integration of teaching staffs in city Ja 27-1; 

Negroes call on Phillips; discuss Hyde Ja 29-3; Rocky Mount plan 
rejected by HEW Ja 29-3; State moves to aid Franklin school case F 1-3; 
Durham Co. school suit is planned F 3-3; Nation eyes HEW visits to Martin 
F 5-1; Pender schools get HEW order F 5-3; Martin school men hope to 
satisfy HEW F 6-1; Frinks admits promise to end Hyde boycott F 6-3; 

Hyde group given home by Phillips F 15-1; Plan of integration 
restated in Hyde F 20-1; Martin's plan gets reluctant OK F 28-1; Wilson 
plan 'unacceptable' Mr 4-3; Scotland Neck's use of school is lost Mr 6-3; 
Pender plan gets OK from HEW Mr 6-3; 

HEW rejects Halifax county plan; 'freedom of choice' said to stay 
Mr 6-3; Snow Hill faces a test'Mr 16-IV,1; HEW rejects Vance desegregation 
plan Mr 31-3; HEW OK's Gates' plan Ap 4-3; New Bern school plan approved 
Ap 10-3; HEW compliance reached in Jones Ap 19-3; 

Martin school unit in squeeze over integration Ap 20-1; Black 
council plans US suit against Scotland Neck schools Ap 21-3; 



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SCHOOLS— DESEGREGATION ( cont . ) 

Peabody Report says merge schools Ap 25-1; Racism charged of 
school separations My 1-17; Indians protest school closing My 1-3; 18 
Negroes arrested; Greensboro school shut My 20-3; Troubled school year 
ends in Hyde My 25-6; Wilson board adopts plan Je 2-5; 

Pasquotank schools seek more time Je 12-45; Wayne count's school 
plan gets federal approval Je 13-43; US challenges Scotland Neck school 
split Je 17-1; Schoolmen (Charlotte) face US court action Je 17-3; 
Northampton plan approved Je 25-3; 

Scotland Neck schools: a crucial test Je 30-1; School suit 
contests districting Jl 4-1; Court ties state to desegregation Jl 9-1; 
Negroes object to Martin plan Jl 9-3; Guidelines create confusion in 
eastern NC Jl 10-10; State would appeal responsibility ruling Jl 16-1; 

Compliance said aim of local boards Jl 18-44; Wilson county 
school file referred to HEW Jl 23-3; HEW OK's Hyde plan Jl 23-3; 
Tyrrell choice plan rejected by HEW Jl 31-3; Cary school switch charged 
Ag 1-40; Boycott is school protest (Charlotte) Ag 2-3; 'Vigil' protests 
integration plan (Charlotte) Ag 4-3; 

Hyde county awaits school showdown Ag 4-1; Raleigh's plan upheld 
second time Ag 5-1; HEW lawyers study move in Raleigh integration case 
Ag 6-26; Duplin may face school boycott Ag 6-18; Negro board member 
favors plan review (Raleigh) Ag 6-26; Blacks, board debate Hyde plan Ag 9-5; 

Halifax Co. school board asks dismissal from suit Ag 9-3; Judge 
'reluctantly' OKs Mecklenburg school plan Ag 16-3; 17 NC school districts 
still dickering on desegregation Ag 18-30; Wake schools to take second 
step Ag 19-7; High Point ordered to desegregate now Ag 20-3; 

NAACP, Warren county officials prepare for hearing on schools 
Ag 20-3; Separation case opens over objections Ag 22-5; HEW turns down 
request for black Hyde schools Ag 23-3; Halifax deadline plea rejected 
by Larkins Ag 23-3; New Halifax plan ordered Ag 24-3; 

Segregation ends Wednesday in Goldsboro Ag 25-3; Halifax, Warren 
plan regular school opening Ag 27-1; Opening schools face HEW, boycott 
problems Ag 29-3; Charlotte school to reopen Ag 29-3; Duplin enrollment 
status 'adjusting' Ag 30-3; Hyde boycott diminishes as schools open S 3-1; 

Negro enrollment rises in Hyde; unrest elsewhere S 4-3; Whites 
protest ratio at New Bern schools S 5-3; Student study says race biggest 
NC school problem S 8-3; State has doubled desegregated school systems 
S 11-1; No decision reached in Kinston boycott S 12-3; 

Kinston schools suspend zoning plan S 13-3; Courts play important 
role in NC school integration S 14-4; NEA censures Hyde on schools S 17-1; 
Hyde board shrugs at report of boycott S 18-3; HEW cuts federal funds 
for E. City, Pasquotank S 19-3; 

Morgan requests voice in school board suits 14-22; Principals 
defend embattled head of Duplin schools 20-5; Boycott over, schools 
in Hyde back to normal N 2-12; Chapel Hill High disrupted N 12-3; 
Chapel Hill blacks, whites wary in wake of race tension at school N 16-4; 

School bond defeat no blow to Hyde N 17-1; NC schools given HEW 
deadline N 20-1; Charlotte plan denied D 2-3; Immediate mixing ordered 
by court D 3-1; Hanover rejects agreement D 4-10; Reidsville, Durham 
plans filed D 9-3; Pasquotank integration is advised D 10-7; 

Tar Heel integration analyzed D 12-1; Charlotte judge to officiate 
at Statesville school hearing D 18-3; 






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SCHOOLS, REVENUE 

Columbus county bond plan met solid opposition Ja 12-7; Court 
upholds ruling on tax-free bonds Ja 12-14; Brunswick asks school bonds 
Ja 21-3; Face possible loss of funds S 25-1; NC may be caught in edu- 
cation funds scandal N 30-11; 
SCOTT, KERR 

Assembly veterans recall days of the first Scott F 3-1; 
SCOTT, ROBERT 

Inaugural. Test of address Ja 4-6; Closed meetings banned by 
Scott Ja 17-1; Governor outlines his goals Ja 23-1; Order won't end all 
capitol hill secrecy Ja 29-6; Tax plan; increased spending proposal F 13-1; 
Text of Governor's budget message to legislature F 13-9; 

Bids for rise in power Ap 6-1; Seeks order on campuses, not control 
of UNC Ap 12-1; New power was essential Ap 30-6; Scott lauds ROTC, youth 
My 26-26; 'Think tank' aided in Scott program J 21-5; Cites new funds 
sources as 'most important' legislation Jl 8-3; 

Jumps on Moonday bandwagon Jl 18-1; At Boone for ASU dedication 
Ag 4-26; Some boycotters (student) seek notice S 11-35; Auto repair 
firms draw Scott's fire S 20-24; Criticizes general assembly pay raise 
3-1; Sees labor talks as necessity in future 31-1; 

Local resistance to new industry viewed N 4-3; Blasts farm 
organizations N 19-1; Keeps a hand in farming D 21-1; Finishes first 
lap; to summarize first year in office D 28-11; 
SEX EDUCATION 

Sex education—a 4 letter word? My 4-1; 
SHAW UNIV 

Expansion, 6 branches seen by Cheek Ap 15-1; Head urges work, not 
warfare My 17-14; Stage facilities rough test for Shaw's director Je 6-10; 
President is King Cheek Je 8-1; Peace Corps to train blacks at Shaw Ag 16- 
24; Shaw to link development with plans for Southside S 16-24; 

Suspends Dobbins after Asheville arrest 3-44; Workshop to explore 
role as urban university 3-44; Hamer named to faculty N 21-54; Unique 
program gets 0E0 grant D 10-39; 
SOUL CITY 

Negroes to build town in Warren Ja 14-1; Warren officials surprised 
by Soul City Ja 15-3; Soul City's plan or Wilkins say? Ja 19-IV,5; 
Deal said closed F 21-3; Deed filed F 22-3; On the site of old plantation- 
black capitalism Mr 9-IV,3; 

$30 million guarantee sought Mr 28-3; All-black, all-white 
communities denied funds Je 19-30; 
SOUTHEASTERN COMMUNITY COLLEGE 

College head (Comer) quits Ap 8-3; Cottingham named president 
My 22-19; 
SOUTHERN CHRISTIAN LEADERSHIP CONFERENCE 

Scott's talk not disrupted (Elizabeth City) F 24-6; Frinks 
threatens pressure; marchers reach High Point Ap 13-9; Guard leaves 
Raleigh, Golden Frinks stays Ap 20-7; Frinks charged on 2 counts Ap 30-3; 
Frinks sentenced to year in jail My 8-1; 

Abernathy seeks picketing in NC Je 14-3; Tighter script outlined 
for Frinks' SCLC roles Ag 29-29; Scott calls for SBI probe of Frinks' 
actions in Hyde S 3-3; Officials, Frinks, to confer S 4-3; Abernathy 
to speak D 1-7; 



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SPEAKER BAN LAW 

Speaker ban sponsor could be banned himself Ap 4-1; Speaker ban 
killed My 22-28; 
STATE CONTRACTS 

State OK's part of bids on asphalt Ap 5-1; GE suing state; Moore 
is lawyer My 14-1; Low grader bid by NC Equipment D 6-24; Inflation 
hikes grader bids D 3-32; Grader contract given by board D 18-56; 
STATE EMPLOYEES 

Scott fires 2 in property case Ja 11-1; Jury indicts 3 fired 
state workers F 25-1; Attorney general's ruling causes dentist to resign 
Mr 27-1; NC to end free parking Ap 15-1; Fortas-like case here unlikely 
Je 24-5; Assembly overlooked none in raising pay Jl 10-10; Pay raises 
for state are listed Jl 26-1; 

Scott aides are varied, loyal Ag 18-1; Babcock and Lee face job 
loss S 5-1; Elect Bell, call for female equality S 7-3; Morgan: 
Faircloth has obeyed rules S 18-1; Conflict is complicated (conflict 
of interests) (ed.) S 20-4; Lee to leave highway post S 25-54; Morgan 
clears Whitmore S 25-1; 

Holhouser says Faircloth should quit highway post S 26-5; Public 
relations officers assume major role in state N 16-11; Raises approved 
for 12,322 state jobs D 17-1; 
STATE GOVERNMENT 
see 
GOVERNMENT 
STORMS 

Five-county area lashed by ice storm F 18-1; Tornadoes hit NC 
counties Ap 19-1; Storm sweeps Tar Heel coast N 3-1; 8 known missing 
in coastal storm N 4-1; 
STRIKES 

Beaufort strikers consider contract 2-3; 
STUDENT DEMONSTRATIONS 

Blacks demonstrate quietly F 1-20; Negro students criticize 
police in Asheville disorder 1-3; White, Black pupils clash at Sanford, 
Rocky Mount 7-3; 27 arrested in Greenville D 5-10; 
STUDENTS 

High school students meet to solve unrest N 25-28; 
SUICIDES 

ECU student shoots self S 17-27; 
SUPREME COURT 

Dismisses suit by GE against state Jl 12-21; 
SYMPHONY 

NC symphony starts fall concert tour N 6-5; 
TAXES 

Tax-exempt groups listed Ja 12-8; Tax lure proposed for corporations 
Je 11-12; GOP chief denies need for taxes Je 15-1; Godwin 'assumes' 
Johnson wrote note on GOP deal Je 15-1; Senior citizen refund dies Je 20-6; 
General assembly enacts $95.5 million tax bill Je 27-1; Backlash on 
increase in state taxes Jl 12-1; 

Assembly's tax move said bait for firms Jl 13-5; Sales tax vote is 
many sides affair Jl 13-1; Scott scorns gas firms for high prices Jl 31-1; 
Tax rations perform psychological trick Ag 8-6; IRS lists 32 local con- 
victions Ag 20-6; New taxes near for Tar Heels S 24-1; New taxes start 
today 1-1; Tar Heel tax burden is a myth 26-3; 28 counties expected 
to adopt sales tax N 2-1; 



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TAXES (cont.) 

Property taxes in NC among lowest in US N 2-12; County postage 
used on pro-tax letters? N 4-3; 74 counties defeat sales tax N 5-1; 
Sales tax revenue estimates N 6-16; New taxes net state $3.2 million 
N 8-5; State collections show large increase D 9-24; Counties uncertain 
about use of new sales tax D 15-1; 

Scott: compromisers really want sales tax My 26-1; 
TEACHERS 

NCTA draws NEA suspension Je 14-22; Crippled teacher (Joan Bissell) 
honored Je 27-46; Weldon program battles NC teacher shortage Jl 20-12; 
Dare teacher supported Ag 16-24; NCEA considers suit for teachers Ag 27-3; 
Farmville principal has say N 6-13; Groundwork is prepared for NCTA-TCEA 
merger D 8-8; 

Plan on rights assures NCTA D 11-1; 
TEACHERS' EXAMS 

Teacher full certified again after inquiry on test score Mr 29-6; 
TECHNICAL SCHOOLS 

Case for upgrading state's technical institutes Ja 5-IV,3; Hospi- 
tality training urged for institutes Ap 9-3; Training gives boost to saw- 
mills S 28-IV,8; Eight accredited D 14-8; 
TEXAS GULF SULPHUR 

Water regulation escapes the fire of Texas Sulphur My 3-1; Phosphate 
spurs growth of port My 18-IV,10; Appeals water regulations N 18-3; Takes 
grievances to Gov. Scott (dome) D 9-3; 
TEXTBOOKS 

State adopts 4 basic readers F 7-1; Primary textbooks rapped by 
prof at Duke F 23-1 V, 8; Textbook commission appointed S 19-37; Author 
presents governor new NC history textbook 15-34; 
TOBACCO 

New process cuts tar and nicotine Mr 16-1; Cigarette bootlegging 
hit as narcotics link My 30-7; More ad regulations, smoking study seen 
Je 22-7; Group cites statistics on smoking Jl 10-15; Production increase 
forecast Jl 11-1; Leaf industry offers to end ads by 1970 Jl 23-1; Quota 
level drop urged 23-3; Quotas cut 5 per cent D 2-1; 

NCSU takes popular tobacco chemical off list D 4-50; 
UNC 

Trustee board endorses Scott's 'disorders' memo F 25-1; "UNC to 
open cafeteria; talks set; Caldwell seeks new 'spontaneity' Mr 6-1; Campus 
testing (unrest, ed.) Mr 7-4; UNC boyd (trustees) warns students, faculty 
Mr 15-1; Student trustees suggested Mr 29-5; Colleges plead their case 
for University admittance Ap 10-12; 

Scott retains education board trustees chair Ap 27-11,13; 
Consolidated UNC adopts campus control policy My 27-1; Trustees deplore 
campus press vulgarity My 27-5; House-Senate committees clash on trustee 
issue Je 13-3; Trustees nominated Je 25-1; Disruption policy defined by 
trustees Jl 18-1; 

Friday to air new conduct rules Jl 31-3; Faces controversy on Lee 
S 7-6; Cites disruption regulation S 26-1; Committee will hear students 
23-6; Board OKs policy on campus disruption 28-5; Makeup of trustees 
shows delicate balance (dome) 28-1; 'Vulgarity' in college press 
attacked by trustee 0. 28-24; 

Instructor postpones disruption case 29-1; 



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UNC (cont.) 

Hill says door too open 31-6; Professor: AAUP may blacklist 
over disruptions policy 31-6; Board sets policy on employee office- 
holding N 15-5; Scholarship fund established by Johnston trust D 20-1; 
UNC-C 

Keeps growing Ag 18-3; Instructor to test school disruptions policy 
25-3; War protest complaints change bus policy D 18-1; 
UNC-CH 

Receives birth control research grant Ja 14-1; Coeds balk at new 
policy Ja 15-3; Chancellor answers black UNC demands Ja 25-3; Admissions 
post goes to UNC Negro F 4-3; 56 faculty back UNC blacks F 11-3; Meet 
to air black demands F 18-3; Food workers walk out F 24-6; Black 
Student Movement plan said not practical F 25-3; 

Workers organize F 27-3; Strikers to get job review Mr 8-3; UNC 
takes action on grievances Mr 12-3; Blacks vacate building Mr 14-1; 
Other students speak Mr 16-1; 'Delays' drew police calls Scott Mr 18-1; 
Student protests back in 1799 — 'waylaid and stoned' Mr 23-IV,3; Food 
strike plants seeds of doubt about UNC Mr 30-1; 

Students vote to pull out of NSA Ap 16-3; Sidewalk chalk-in 
scribbled at UNC Ap 22-3; Women PhD on upswing My 25-111,19; Prof 
supports rights of students Ag 13-3; Blocks post for Mayor Lee Ag 30-1; 
Howard Lee obtains post in surprise trustee move S 13-1; Lee apologizes 
for remark about Scott S 15-1; Lee explains loss of UNC position S 18-1; 

Group to hear cases of disruption S 21-4; Student leader balks 
over plan S 21-4; Paper draws fire of students S 22-28; Student support 
of newspaper contested S 25-28; Reform report leans to students 2-42; 
Students threaten moratorium lawsuit 3-3; Sitterson agrees to talk at 
antiwar meeting 4-1; Scott backs Sitterson role in protest 8-1; 

Faculty chided on moratorium 11-7; UNC new job policy sought 
12-7; Student body head to ask board to amend disruption policy 
26-4; Food workers strike; say they want a union N 8-1; Antidisruption 
policy gets test case N 10-3; Disruption hearing begins at UNC N 13-6; 
Strikers, caterer hold 'productive session' N 14-6; 

Students seek black law students N 19-3; Three arrested in 
picketing D 2-3; Fuller appeals order D 3-3; March supports strike 
D 3-1; Rejects union plea in strike D 4-9; Arrests made at Chapel Hill 
D 5-8; Abernathy backs strikers D 7-1; Strike talks continue D 8-1; 
Meals resumed normally after settlement D 10-6; Food strike is ended 
D 9-1; 

May look into strike for violations by students D 12-6; Many 
NC lawyers may become 'doctors' D 13-6; Sitterson protests worker 
intimidation D 13-3; Sets argument on instructor moratorium case D 18-6; 
Negro columnist hits separatism; blacks demonstrate Mr 4-3; 
UNIVERSITIES AND COLLEGES 
see also 
COMMUNITY COLLEGES 

Two NC universities give students a voice in school policy Ja 13-10; 
Rules loose, students up tight F 2-1; Scott orders law enforcement on 
state campuses F 22-1; Graduate status proposed for regional universities 
F 27-11; Pembroke college will seek regional univ. status Mr 1-6; 
Legislatures eye campus protests Mr 9-10; 



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UNIVERSITIES AND COLLEGES (cont.) 

Jones gently chides lawmakers Mr 14-6; Campbell Campus changes 
will cut down on autos Mr 15-3; FBI eyes campus disturbances Mr 24-24; 
Will smaller negro colleges wind up in limbo? Ap 13-IV,7; City police, 
colleges here have intervention accord Ap 16-26; Labor and race steal 
academic spotlight Ap 21-1; 

Three NC students leaders vow to pick jail to draft Ap 23-3; 
House amends and passes doctoral degree bill My 1-1; Campus unrest spurs 
bills My 11-6; Impatience with campus disorders exhibited in Tar Heel 
legislation Jl 5-5; Three join to catalog books Jl 7-22; Scott: campus 
unrest can be remedied Jl 17-36; 

Need reexamination (Excerpt from Jl 16 speech by Scott) Jl 19-4; 
Scott sees no way to head off disorders Jl 20-13; UNC, Duke, State 
prepare to head off disturbances Ag 17-6; 'Universities' confusing, 
UNC-G chancellor thinks Ag 18-3; Special issue S 17; Enrollment 
pressure easing off S 17-1; 

Lyons: black colleges still don't measure up S 25-32; NC costs 
keep national pace S 28-6; ROTC enrollments drop across nation 13-22; 
Upgrading negro colleges is state goal 18-5; Private colleges' rolls 
drop N 28-1; Senator reaffirms support for students as trustees D 12-7; 
Expected to get HEW desegregation orders D 16-26; 

Expensive? Getting more so D 16-26; College loans in money 
squeeze Ag 25-3; Moore says no change created by regional label S 29-3; 
URBAN AREAS 

America's all-black towns Ja 5-IV,3; NC cities want control of 
housing N 5-28; 
UTILITIES COMM 

Morgan gets rate hearing delay Ja 8-1; Probe of telephone rates 
opens Ag 29-3; 
VENERAL DISEASES 

Rate up in NC in 1968 F 6-10; 
VIOLENCE 

Surrounded suspect dies in fire F 11-1; National Guard ordered 
to Durham F 14-1; Pellets hit Negro home in Beaufort F 18-1; Pitt 
store bombed; 4 students held F 25-3; Three persons wounded in Charlotte 
shootout Mr 4-3; School boy clash kills 1, wounds 2 (Charlotte) Mr 10=3; 
Guard is called to Durham Mr 13-1; 

Long feud, affluence, parents said at fault in student slaying 
Mr 13-14; Troopers called to Laurinburg Ap 10-3; Many regret Smithfield 
sentences Ap 13-1; SBI agent testifies blacks stole guns for revolution 
Ap 17-46; 9 more blacks jailed in Raleigh Ap 27-4; Hillsborough arrests 
17 Ap 27-4; Guard sent to Winston Ap 30-1; 

Belmont occupation ends as black students leave Ap 30-3; Winston 
curfew lifted; guard stays My 1-3; 17 Negroes arrested in protest at 
Burlington My 3-17; 'They attacked me,' man says in shooting My 10-24; 
Burlington school closed in disorder My 15-8; Officers find small arsenal 
My 17-3; 

1 dies; Burlington under curfew My 18-1; Burlington still on 
alert My 19-3; Death symbolizes split in Burlington My 21-8; Guard 
called out in fresh reacial clash at Greensboro My 22-1; Greensboro 
orders curfew after violence, one death My 23-1; Greensboro gripped 
by turmoil My 24-7; Greensboro returns to normal My 26-3; 



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VIOLENCE (cont.) 

7 injured in Greensboro clash My 24-1; Violent protest shifts to 
high schools My 25-IV,2; Question 'why' lingers on (Greensboro) My 25-1; 
12 black youths convicted in Dare racial disorder Je 12-45; Roxboro 
mayor declares curfew Je 15-5; Police, FCD chiefs confer in Durham My 30-5; 

Clayton man convicted in racial case Jl 3-50; Scott sends troopers 
to Hyde county Jl 6-1; Arrest 7 negroes for clash with Hyde Klan Jl 12-3; 
Charges in Hyde grow to felonies Jl 17-3; Klan, negro cases combined for 
hearing Jl 19-1; Klansmen, negroes plead guilty in Hyde Jl 20-1; 

Hyde cases could test 'riot' law Jl 20-3; Brutality charges in 
Roxboro get little official reaction Jl 22-3; State to examine brutality 
charges (Roxboro) Jl 24-3; Community action delayed following Roxboro 
clash Jl 29-22; Black help asked to calm Beaufort Ag 9-3; Marines 
ordered back to Lejeune for questioning Ag 12-3; 

Arson, bus vandalism investigated Ag 28-3; 18 negroes sentenced 
in Hyde disorder S 3-3; FCD head views arrests S 4-1; Lee found guilty, 
appeals decision S 10-1: Officers are sued in Hyde S 20-3; Black pupils, 
police clash (Asheville) S 30-3; 7 Negroes convicted in Charlotte shooting 
2-3; Greensboro violence probed 3-3; 

Five students arrested at Sanford 8-1; Police break up fights at 
Rocky Mount 8-1; Outsiders' role probed in Rocky Mount 9-1; Police 
to guard schools at reopening in Sanford 14-3; Winston-Salem lifts 
curfew 22-3; Witnesses: blacks beat whites at Lejeune N 31-3; 

Clues sought in shooting into home of minister D 16-1; Gov. Scott 
offers reward in Wake case; SBI called D 19-1; Fired clergyman receives 
support D 20-11; Harricane bitter on integration: preacher gets little 
area support D 21-1; Rev. Shipp 'just shocked' not bitter over shooting 
D 30-20; 
VOICE OF AMERICA 

VIP's pay visit N 3-3; 
VOTER REGISTRATION 

Supreme court will hear Gaston voter test case Ja 14-3; Uniform 
registration is urged Ja 21-5; Voter literacy test ban upheld by Supreme 
Court Je 3-1; 
VOTING 

Robeson voting right trial begins Mr 16-3; Robeson man acquitted 
in voting rights test case Mr 27-12; Election returns My 7-1; Negroes 
boost numbers on NC town boards My 8-1; Brock: board backs his 
opposition to vote test Jl 4-3; 
WAKE FOREST 

President Scales: students, professors flee ivory towers Je 10-3; 
Student elected as WFU trustee N 13-1; 
WATER 

State winning its battle for clean water Ja 5-1; Model will aid 
state water supply F 19-3; 19.4 million asked for NC water plan Je 10-3; 
Restrictions set on use of water Je 13-1; Threat to Southport water seen 
in nuclear plant Jl 5-1; Board gets requests on water use Ag 16-1; 
WATER AND AIR RESOURCES 

Board seeks clarity on local control Ja 2-5; Water use rules 
opposed Mr 20-1; Study set on new stream classification Ag 23-22; 
Crabtree projects starts Ag 24-IV,l; State board posts filled by Scott 
S 26-3; Research park's Dr. Kotin leads antipollution drive D 28-7; 



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WATER POLLUTION 

State leads in curbs on stream pollution Ja 6-1; Hearings on 
thermal pollution open F 27-11; Chowan River pollution alleged by Tunis 
firm My 23-26; State says project won't pollute creek (Hare Snipe) Je 10-26; 
Fayetteville industry hunters hit Girl Scouts efforts for stream Je 24-3; 
Polluters and Girl Scouts (ed.) Je 25-5; 

NC streams considered in antipollution measure 10-3; Use of 
water restricted for NC phosphate firms 17-6; Newport pollution cuts 
fishing area N 7-5; Judge rules on pollution of Chowan N 18-3; Review 
of NC stream ratings is planned D 13-1; 
WESTERN CAROLINA UNIV 

Proposes college merger Ja 23-1; 
WILDLIFE FEDERATION 

New officers F 22-10; 
WILDLIFE RESOURCES COMM 

Group elects Grandy man (Woodhouse) as head Ja 23-3; Three appointed 
Jl 30-1; Two chiefs fired, one promoted Ag 19-1; State studies swamp 
purchase for wildlife management area S 23-1; 
WESLEYAN COLLEGE 

Student news funds cut at Wesleyan 2-3; 
WILLIAMS, ROBERT 

Says he wants to return My 28-3; Monroe militant may return to US 
Ag 25-3; Case of no return S 11-4; Wins TWA flight home S 12-1; Returns 
with vow to fight charges in NC S 13-1; US reportedly bucks Williams 
case to NC 23-1; Trial and trouble (ed.) 24-4; 
WILMINGTON 

Cromartie is mayor Je 1-5; 
WILMINGTON COLLEGE 

President (Wagoner) installed My 2-22; Gets university status — 
joins UNC Jl 2-32; 
WRITERS AND WRITING 

Historical authors honored D 7-7; 
YOUNG ADULT ACTION GROUP 

Program offers blacks a chance to tip the odds Jl 27-5; 
ZOOS 

Money approved Jl 3-20 (N. C. State Zoo)